Plan your visit
- Summer (July – September) 9am – 9pm
- Winter (October – June) 10am – 5pm
Entry fee £5 for all visitors:
- Children 5 – 18
- Guests of the restaurant who want to visit the exhibition
This does not include the following who can visit free of charge:
- Wheelchair users
- Children under 4
- Free off road parking for guests
- Cafe and restaurant available for dining
- Bar and lounges for visitors to enjoy
- Dogs are welcome to the gardens on a short lead and outdoor dining in the gazebo
- Sculpture gardens not fully accessible, call prior to visiting
Immerse yourself in art and nature
When you arrive
When you arrive please park in the main car park, which is on the left as you drive into the estate. Then walk up the meandering driveway and check-in at the hotel reception where you can check in, purchase a ticket, get your map and wristband to access the exhibition.
The exhibition is divided into two gardens; the first exhibits a mixture of permanent installations alongside sculpture available for sale, set within the valley, front of the house. The second sits in the lower river meadows, showcasing The National Sculpture Prize, now in its 11th year.
The exhibition features over 150 works from established and emerging artists.
Works are available for sale with proceeds going directly to the artists, with multiple feature exhibitions the collection is constantly evolving, showcasing new and diverse talent all year.