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The Sculpture Park opened to the public in April 2003 and has been an ongoing project since the year 2000. Over the years, thousands of sculptures have been exhibited and the show is constantly changing with sculptures selling all through the year.

On arrival, visitors need to walk into the centre of the park to collect their guide from the park reception. They are then ready to start the two mile trail, which on average takes around two hours to complete. The park ten acre park is set in a valley with two natural springs bringing water into the arboretum and wildlife inhabited water gardens. The Sculpture Park is an amazing stage for one of the finest and most eclectic selections of sculpture in Britain today.

The park is conveniently located close to many hotels, pubs and restaurants. They also cater well for visitors wishing to enjoy a picnic in the part. There are tables and also Thai themed huts offering shelter from the rain or sun.

If you are travelling from a distance and wish to explore the beautiful Surrey countryside you will have plenty of stunning scenery to see if you have the energy to take it in by foot. Nearby you’ll find the Devils Punch Bowl, Frensham Ponds, Waverley Abbey ruins, The Bourne Woods (it’s been host to many Hollywood productions) to name but a few outstanding areas to discover in Surrey.

Opening times:

Every day of the year from 10am to 5pm.

Ticket prices – guide only as prices may change on a daily basis:

Adults £10

Children under 5 go free

Concessions £5


The park has a picnic site and toilets, including disabled toilets and on site parking. Dogs are also welcomed and must be on a lead at all times.

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