NIROX Sculpture Park is located in the Cradle of Humankind on the R540, 20 minutes from Lanseria Airport; 45 minutes from Johannesburg & Pretoria.
The park is currently closed but will re-open this summer, 2020.
Arts in Nature
Since NIROX’ beginnings in 2006, we continue to create and share an atmosphere that empowers, inspires and becalms artists; where visitors continue to be nourished with art in nature.
Concerts / Live Art
NIROX hosts an active concert, performance and exhibition program of diverse genres; jazz, blues, folk, classical, contemporary, indigenous, opera, new music, live & performance arts. More information on the program here.
‘and then there was FIRE’
The restaurant, ‘and then there was FIRE’ is open to the public. Come and share Bernardo and Manu’s passion for food and the exulted life we hope to bring to South Africans and visitors from afar. The restaurant also runs an active program of music, performance, culinary-school, yoga, talks, poetry, fashion, and related activities.
No food, drinks, pets, gazebos, or sporting equipment may be brought into the park. NIROX is an outdoor venue and as such is subject to the weather. We believe all weather should be celebrated, rain or sun, storm, and stillness. While every care will be taken to ensure an enjoyable experience for guests, in the event of inclement weather a decision will be taken on how to proceed. No refunds.
Children must be under adult supervision at all times. Entry to the park is at your own risk. NIROX is not responsible for any loss, injury, or damage.