Contemporary sculptures in a biodiverse woodland.
About Cotswold Sculpture Park
Set across 10 acres of wildlife-rich woodlands the Cotswold Sculpture Park is a large and diverse collection of contemporary art with everything from scrap metal work to bronzes. Some works, such as the Morris Minor mounted atop a vast spike by the entrance are monumental in scale, and many of the pieces are available to buy.
The grounds are considered part of the artwork here, with changing foliage providing a beautiful backdrop and the edges of some sculptures beginning to fade into the landscape. The owners are devoted to wildlife, with a thistle field, wildflower garden, woodland glades and a pond area, so it’s worth bringing along a pair of binoculars to catch the bird life. Visitors will also be pleased to discover that a range of hot and cold refreshments are available, and toilets can be found at the back of the site.
Toilets, Food Stall (Food and Drink), Cafe/Restaurant - Outdoor Seating, Car Park (Free), Art Gallery
Spring: Daffodils, Cherry Blossom, Camellias, Magnolias, Bluebells, Azaleas, Rhododendrons
Summer: Roses, Wildflower Meadow
Autumn: Autumn Colour
Year-Round: Fernery, Walled Garden, Formal Garden, Woodland Walk, Pool/Pond, Arboretum, Sculpture Garden
Tickets & Discounts
Day ticket prices: £7
Season ticket prices: Individual £20, Joint £30.
Good to Know
Dog Walking: No - Guide dogs only.
Family Friendly: Yes - Children of all ages.
Wheelchair & Pushchair Access: Mostly inaccessible (some paths moderately flat and paved).
Public Transport: Yes - Nearest train station is Kemble (3 miles).
Postcode for SatNavs: The garden recommends using GL7 6FE.
Last Entry: Same as 'Closing Time'.
Size of Site: 10 Acres.
Profile Information: Last updated by Cotswold Sculpture Park in 2021.