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The Sculpture Park

Over 600 sculptures in a beautiful landscape of woodland and lakes.

  • 4.7

  • from 1565 Google reviews

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About the garden

The Sculpture Park in Churt is a perfect destination for photographers and fans of modern art, with 10 acres of delightful and inspiring sculptures at the heart of the Surrey Hills. It’s a real hidden gem - a tardis-like site that reveals magical woodland landscapes and tranquil reflecting pools beyond the garden gates.

There are an abundance of dramatic photo opportunities scattered throughout the grounds here, and it’s simply down to the visitor to decide which way to capture them. A giant tarantula hanging over the path, a charming folly nestled atop a waterfall and myriad other eclectic pieces from national and international artists which reflect the owners’ love of art and sense of humour.

The sculptures aren’t the only inhabitants of these gardens, and you’ll find plenty of wildlife here, too, with an arboretum and thousands of plants and bulbs putting on a show each year. Two miles of paths lead through woodlands and over heathland, in a valley with spring-fed lakes. If you’re taken by the pieces on display here, many sculptures are available for sale, and for those looking for something at the lower end of the budget, there’s also a great gift shop.

How long is a typical visit?

The average visitor spends 2 - 4 hours (Half Day) at The Sculpture Park.

Opening times

Every Day except 25 Dec 10AM - 5PM

Useful details

Garden area

10 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Family

Yes - Children of all ages.

Bicycle storage

Yes - Visitors are welcome to park bikes next to reception with a lock.

Wheelchair access

Mostly inaccessible (some paths moderately flat and paved). A third is wheelchair- & pushchair-friendly.

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop.

Surrey, GU10 2LB

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GU10 2LB
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 1565 Google reviews

Jim Goodsell

9 months ago

5

Set in a gorgeous woodland with interconnected ponds and streams this sculpture park is a must see. It's packed with an eclectic mix of sculptures that blend into the landscape. Don't forget to look up! Allow at least two and half hours for this treat. Bring a picnic there are plenty of places to stop and eat whilst surrounded by strangeness. Options to buy the art. Disabled access is limited, but a special trail has been set up to give some insight into the whole parks potential. If the pub opposite was open (which will be soon!) then this would be even better experience.

Fiona White

3 weeks ago

5

We loved the sculpture park. We will go back and we will allow more time. There were some steep steps but manageable even for my creaking knees. Such good value for money. I can also recommend a visit to the Bel and Dragon for refreshments.

Christian Huant

9 months ago

5

Beautiful place, peaceful and full of marvels. To many highlights to list. My only regret is that there aren't more seating areas / picnic tables / green patches for picnics but other than that it's an idyllic place for a wander of the mind as well as for the body.

Ian Thompsett

8 months ago

5

You could easily spend all day here depending how long u spent looking at all the sculptures. There's no cafe so bring a pack lunch, or there's the pub opposite. If I went back I'd do the green route first, there are four colour coded routes but this one goes round the water features. Love the skeleton sculptures v funny, do try and see them all, never seen so many skeletons having fun in one place 😀

Zach Emerson

2 months ago

5

Certainly something interesting and different. There is about two miles of trails through many different sculptures some attractive, some interesting and some strange ones two but all part of the experience. We spent around three hours here so I do think it is worth the entry fee. There is no car park on site so you have to park along the Jumps Road. It is all outdoors apart from the reception and the darkness maze (recommend for any thrill seekers!). Overall a unique and different experience but worth visit to see for yourself.

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01428 605453

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