Public Art

Fountain Hills Art Walks


At a staggering 150 pieces, Fountain Hills is home to one of the largest public art collections in the state of Arizona! Register for any of our Public Art Walks and discover the power of art among Arizona’s natural desert beauty. Our public Art Walk invites you to gaze upon striking statues set against Fountain Hills’ mountain ranges, scenic skies, and of course, our World Famous Fountain.
Follow our Centennial Circle Art Walk through the Centennial Circle sculpture garden, then view the many pieces of varied art such as bronzes, murals, paintings, photography, and three -dimensional art inside the Community Center and Library.
Your adventure doesn’t stop there! Our Avenue of the Fountains tour takes you down our main street avenue for a view of the magnificent eagle in the piece, Freedom, located on the Avenue of the Fountains Plaza.
Continue to Fountain Park where you will meet Teddy Roosevelt, George Washington, and the rest of the Presidents of our “Fount Rushmore” section f the Fountain Park tour!
Fountain Hills, Arizona, is the place to see art in all its glory with a majestic backdrop of the McDowell and Four Peaks mountains and the Town’s signature 560-foot tall Fountain, located in the center of its 64-acre park.

The art walks are a cooperative effort between the Town of Fountain Hills and the Public Art Committee of the Fountain Hills Cultural and Civic Association.

Tours


 The first tour, called the Centennial Circle Tour, begins at 9 a.m. This tour will feature pieces in the courtyard area adjacent to the Community Center and the Library. View our online program guide for a list of available tours and to register.
The 2nd tour, called the Fountain Park Tour, begins at 11 a.m. This tour features the collection at Fountain Park.

Fees


Tours are offered at no charge. Registration is required as the number that can be taken on the art walks is limited. Registrations are accepted at Town Hall, Monday through Thursday, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and online for a listing of our Scheduled Tours


Group Tours


To arrange private tours for community, school or other groups, contact Tourism Coordinator Grace Rodman-Guetter by calling 480-816-5165.