This study examines the integration of monumental sculpture with landscapes from a historical point of view of the Western world as well as the Ugandan situation. The study's objectives are to find out why monumental sculpture is not effectively integrated with landscapes in Central Uganda, to practically design and produce monumental sculpture and integrate it with selected landscapes in central Uganda. The study reveals that an unclearly defined government policy /education system toward monumental sculpture, people's apparently negative attitude toward sculpture and the lukewarm influence of patrons can be blamed for landscapes and monumental sculpture not being well integrated. The results of the study also indicate that there is no effective national policy concerning placement of monumental sculpture in landscapes. There is also lack of proper machinery for easy interaction and consultation between sculptors and the officials concerned in local governments. This inevitably exacerbates the problem of poor integration of monumental sculptures in the landscapes, especially in the usually regulated and planned development process in an urban setting.