The Walt Rickli Sculpture Garden is nestled within the Niagara Escarpment in the Historic Hamlet of Lowville along side Bronte Creek. Lowville is in close proximity to Toronto, Niagara Falls and London Ontario as well as being within minuets of the 401 and 403 highways. The Sculpture Garden is located opposite Burlington’s northernmost park and behind the Lowville Bistro, an upscale casual dining establishment originally constructed in1853.

The Sculpture Garden features an ongoing rotation of Walt’s hand carved water sculptures, abstract and realistic stone sculptures as well as mixed media works. The meticulously maintained garden entices hundreds of visitors on a weekly basis to enjoy the tranquil and inspiring setting.

‘Filitosa’ a steel Silo on the property which has been converted into a unique private bed and breakfast and sits within meters of the Bronte River. Filitosa provides easy access to Lowville Park, Walt Rickli Sculpture Garden and an extensive network of private and public nature trails.

The Garden property provides a unique and exiting environment for any special event. The Sculpture Garden, River Property and Filitosa are available for rental to suite the specific needs of individuals or groups.
For more information please contact Laura Millar-

Human need to touch natural materials
as often as possible to connect us to what is real.

Walt Rickli

Carving Studio
Sculpture Garden

Lowville Bistro

The Lowville Bistro is an amazing hip and cozy upscale casual dining experience that features a Licensed Patio, Seasonal Ice Cream Parlor, Take-Out Facility and Sweet Shop.