This winter experience an explosion of color at Tower Hill. The global phenomenon known as yarnbombing is taking over the property! This collaborative community exhibit features trees, benches, statues, and more. They’re decorated with colorful knitted and crocheted art, created by local artists, students, and volunteers. So let’s go!
WHAT IS YARNBOMBING?
Yarnbombing or yarnstorming, often referred to as “graffiti knitting,” is a colorful art form that uses knitted and crocheted yarn instead of paint. During Yarnstorm, Tower Hill’s trees, benches, statues, and more will be adorned with bright, fantastical fiber artwork. This all-outdoors exhibit redefines walking in a winter wonderland. View over 25 unique pieces of art and over 2,000 giant pom poms!
This exhibit is included in general admission. Pre-purchased tickets, available here, are required for entry.
How to make a nature weaving project at home.
Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive
Yarnstorming comes to Tower Hill: Daily 10am-5pm through 3/21/2021.
For more events, see the WCKC Calendar!