Information for visitors

Important information before visiting.

Due to the pandemic we have been inundated with visitors and although the gardens themselves are capable of dealing with a reasonable amount of people we have been having issues with parking . If you do need to park in the village could you be considerate to our neighbours leaving plenty of space around entrances.
We would also like to add that this is an art exhibition and not a Theme Park so not a place for children to be running around shouting and playing hide and seek in the flower beds. If parents could keep their children to the paths and stop them from touching Sculpture it would reduce unwanted conflict with staff. Our priorities have to be with our artists and if you feel that this can’t be achieved this probably isn’t for you.
We also would like to ask visitors to have picnics before they turn up as we do not have the space for  people to be sitting on the grass around the sculptures. We do have a cafe on site with seating where you can sit and contemplate and enjoy some popular home made cuisine.
Having said all that, we would like to give all visitors interested in art a warm welcome and hope you have a tranquil and enjoyable experience.

Dave Hartland

Ps you will need to bring a mask to pay in the tearoom and please respect social distancing for everyone’s benefit.

*We are no longer taking bookings. We are reverting back to walk ins.*

Open from June 20th to October 30th
We are open from Thursday to Monday (closed Tuesday and Wednesday)
Times we are open: 10:30am to 4:30pm (last admission at 4pm)


What to do while you are here:
There are ten acres of lush forested ground with dozens of sculptures. If you are interested in buying one of the sculptures, please ask at the Poppin Tearoom, where you will also find hot and cold food and drinks, smaller art work for sale, a warm welcome – and toilets.

Note: sorry, no dogs or picnics on site.

Finding us: 
The gates to the park are along Arlington Drive, near to Elm View and not far from the Baker’s Arms public house.
By car: use the postcode GL7 6FE. There is free parking available.
By bus: the 93 bus between Malmesbury and Cirencester stops just along the road from us. Ask the driver for the Old School Cottages stop in Somerford Keynes.

Opening hours:
1st April to 30th September 10:30 – 17:00 (last admission 16:00)
(closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays)

Gallery will also be open throughout December.

Admission: £7 per adult, £3 for kids 



January 8, 2018