NIROX Open Day //
NIROX Sculpture Park is open to the public 10:00-17:00 on weekends and public holidays.
NIROX is a private not-for-profit foundation to benefit the arts. All income is used to maintain the grounds, the artist residency programme, and artist support.
R10 of your entrance fee supports the Columba Leadership Residency, an award-winning national NGO with more than 10,000 graduates from disadvantaged circumstances; transforming their schools and communities through values-based leadership and exposure to a panorama of possibility, natural splendor and creativity.
Presale Entrance Fee Tickets do not constitute a booking at “And then there was Fire…” restaurant.
Restaurant patrons with confirmed bookings are eligible to a reduced park entry fee of R70.
Bookings are essential and can be made at andthentherewasfire.com
The Lawn Pavilion Café offers vegetarian and serrano ham baguettes, salad bowls (chickpea and quinoa), medialunas, carrot cake and cookies; along with a selection of soft drinks, beers, wines and gin cocktails for sale, to enjoy in the park.
R150 per adult
R80 per child aged 2- 12
NIROX is a cashless venue. All transactions via credit/debit card machines.
No food, drinks, pets, gazebos, beach umbrellas, balloons, portable speakers, bicycles or sporting equipment may be brought into the park.
Entry and use of the facilities is entirely at your own risk. NIROX has no responsibility for injury or loss of any kind, howsoever arising.
Children are their parents responsibility. They must be under adult supervision at all times and respect the performance and experience of other patrons during concert. Sculptures are not to be handled or played upon.
The landscape is precious, treat it as such.
No swimming permitted.
NIROX is an outdoor venue, subject to the weather. While every care is taken to ensure an enjoyable experience, a decision will be taken in the event of inclement weather on how to proceed. No refunds.
Entry to the park constitutes agreement that images of visitors may be captured and published on social and other media by other visitors; and by NIROX.
NIROX is a private not-for-profit foundation to benefit the arts. All income is used to maintain the grounds, the artist residency program, and artist support.