Specialists in the Sale of 20th Century, Modern and Contemporary Sculpture

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+44 (0)1428 605453

opening times

10am - 5 pm

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Click here for adult tickets 

Adults are £10 each, and are between the ages of 15 - 65.

Click here for concession tickets (Child, Student, Senior or Disabled) 

All concessions are £5 each, with children under 4 entering for free. Senior rates are available for 65+. Students, carers or disabled also eligible as concessions.


Tickets can be purchased online for yourself, or to be sent as a gift. Tickets can also be purchased at the park on the day of your visit for the same rate.

Lose yourself for hours along a winding 2 mile trail through 10 acres of enchanting woodland and water gardens. More than 600 large outdoor sculptures are displayed throughout our stunning grounds all year. The park is teeming with wildlife and plants which are ever-changing throughout the seasons. 

In the summer you will find yourself lost in a labyrinth of lush gardens and in the bare trees of winter you will witness more of the vast exhibition all around, spotting sculptures from a far but still managing to lose yourself in the depths of the woodland.

"Surrey's best kept secret...a hidden gem"


For those looking to buy we offer one of the most eclectic exhibitions of sculpture for sale from over 500 established, emerging and international artists ranging in all styles, mediums, sizes and price brackets.

Consult with one of our experts on purchases, shipping and installations with in-house services available from one of the only sculpture specialists in the UK. With over 2000 artworks available for immediate purchase and delivery all year, if you do not find what you are looking for in the gardens or gallery please do enquire for access to view additional works located near by.


Want to know more about us?

Corner of Jumps and Tilford Road,
Churt, Nr Farnham
Surrey
GU10 2LH

Reception
+44 (0)1428 605453

Curator Eddie
+44 (0)7831 500506

Please check our map before your journey

Make sure your SATNAV is directing you to Jumps road

There are NO brown signs.

We are opposite The Bel & Dragon Hotel

By road from Hindhead
- From the A3 take the exit for Hindhead which is just after the tunnel if you are heading from London and just before from Portsmouth.
- Follow the signs for Hindhead and then at the double mini roundabout take the first exit on the A287 towards Farnham.
-You will drive for roughly 2 miles and pass through Churt Village where you may like to stop and visit Miscellanea, our bespoke interiors showrooms and Art Gallery.
- After passing through Churt Village turn right onto Jumps Road.
- We are at the other end of Jumps Road opposite the Bel and Dragon Hotel.

By road from Farnham
- Join the A287 heading towards Hindhead and continue for around 5 miles.
- Shortly after passing Frensham Great Pond and Pond Lane on your right turn left onto Jumps Road.
- The Sculpture Park is on your left at the end of Jumps road opposite the Hotel.

By Train & Taxi
- Farnham or Haslemere station and 10 minutes by taxi.

By Train, Bus & Walking
- From Farnham or Haslemere station take the No19 to Churt Village
- Walk towards Farnham on A287 and turn right onto Jumps Road 1/4 mile.
- Walk to the end of Jumps Road 3/4 mile to find The Sculpture Park on your left.

Please be aware these roads are country roads with no footpath or pedestrian pavement and so we encourage visitors to arrange some form of road transport. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Accessibility

Please be aware that the standard guided route does have steps and is not suitable for wheelchairs. There is however a step-free route around our lakes and up into the grasslands which is accessible. This will allow you to still view 300+ sculptures, and follow our picturesque lakeside walk.

Thai Huts

We have two raised wooden huts which you are welcome to picnic in all year, each comfortably sitting up to 6 people. These are the only spots available to picnic under cover.

Picnic Spots

There are 3 main areas which you can picnic, each located a short distance from reception. Each has seating or tables available and are free to use. We do ask that you bring your rubbish home with you however.

Toilets

On site by reception - Male, Female/Disabled

Seating

There are many seating points along the trail - though these are sometimes disguised as sculptures, if something is a bench- you're welcome to sit on it!

No Cafe

We do not have facilities which offer refreshment unfortunately, so you are encouraged to bring a picnic and your own drinks. However, you are welcome to come and go from the park throughout the day of your visit and there are places nearby where refreshments or food are available.

Parking

There is parking immediately in front of the entrance gate which is permitted for visitors of the park only. If this is full however you have full right as a customer of the sculpture park to use the Hotel overflow car park opposite the park and around the side of the building, between 9am - 6pm.

For those travelling to reach us, why not make a day or weekend of your visit? The local area around Churt and The Sculpture Park offers an abundance of exceptional places.

For information about places to stay nearby, places to eat & drink or other attractions nearby- please follow the link below.

Click here to find out what's to offer in our local area!

  • Open all year: Monday - Sunday, 10am - 5pm

    We advise a minimum of 2 hours per visit.

    Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a short lead at all times.

    Please phone us to book school visits.


  • The most atmospheric sculpture exhibition in Britain. More than 500 renowned sculptors exhibiting over 800 sculptures for sale set within ten acres of beautiful arboretum and wildlife inhabited water gardens.


  • Specialising in the sale of 20th century, modern and contemporary sculpture for garden and interior designers, collectors and investors.

Virtual Tour

360 tour of The Sculpture Park

Reviews

 

"The most atmospheric Sculpture Park in the UK with an ever-changing all year Sculpture Exhibition"

Sculpture Exhibition

Our sculpture exhibition is possibly the most extensive outdoor display of sculpture in the world. Our collection is set within an enchanting arboretum and wildlife inhabited water garden which creates the perfect haven for immersing yourself in art. Artists and collectors alike relish the chance to display and view work here, and we've worked hard to create the perfect environment for viewing & purchasing sculpture.

Visitors should set aside between two and four hours for a visit as with two miles of trail and 10 acres our park is much larger than most anticipate. Within the park visitors will find an ever-changing sculpture exhibition, as pieces are bought and sold regularly. As well as the pieces themselves changing, the environment of the park is always evolving as it changes with the seasons. Vivid and lush summer colours of blooming rhododendrons in May and June make way for a sea of deep oranges into autumn, and enchanting frost through winter. Whenever you choose to visit our park, your visit will be one to remember.

Sculpture for Sale

More than 250 sculptors display over 600 sculptures throughout the year making this the largest sculpture exhibition in the UK. With a cross section of Abstract Sculpture, Animal Sculpture, Figurative Sculpture, Garden Sculpture, Indoor Sculpture, Kinetic Sculpture, Nude Sculpture, Water Creature Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Ceramic Sculpture, Copper Sculpture, Glass Sculpture, Lead Sculpture, Marble Sculpture, Metal Sculpture and Steel Sculpture all available to buy exclusively from The Sculpture Park.

Wheelchairs and push buggies

Please be aware that the standard guided route does have steps so is not suitable for wheelchairs, there is however a route around our lakes and up into the grasslands which is accessible and visitors will see roughly 250 sculptures still.

If you have a push buggy it is advised that there is at least two able adults to conquer the full trail, hundreds if not thousands of previous visitors have achieved this before so it can be done.

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