The Sculptureum Experience

Sculptureum is a place to be inspired by nature
and by human creativity.

A place to see things you haven't seen before
and be enriched by them.

Plan Your Visit

Gardens

Hundreds of artworks fill The Garden of Creative Diversity, The Palm Garden and The Pink Snail Garden.

Each area has an engaging mix of local and international art in a wide variety of materials and textures, and with themes that will inspire and amuse.

Galleries

Sculptures

The gardens burst with colourful plantings that change with the seasons.

Imposing prehistoric rocks, whose patterns and shapes have been formed over millions of years, rise up alongside panels that display reflections in writing on Gardens, Inspiration, Wisdom, Art and Music.

Animals

Sculptureum considers animals as living sculptures with exotic birds living in five aviaries dotted across the property.

A grassy arena named Rabbiton is home to Flemish Giant and other rabbits and you’ll also see turtles too. Their tank is positioned so that their eyes meet yours.

Vineyards

Gardens

The gardens burst with colourful plantings that change with the seasons. Imposing prehistoric rocks, whose patterns and shapes have been formed over millions of years, rise up alongside panels that display reflections in writing on Gardens, Inspiration, Wisdom, Art and Music.

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Anthony Grant — Founder

"I saw all sorts of interesting art works and decided to start a venture where they could be displayed so that more people could see them and hopefully get enjoyment or inspiration from them."

Galleries

There are six galleries, which display works from around the world. They are themed: glass art, figurative works, works from recycled materials, works of animals, modern abstract works in plastic and other materials and a huge glass chandelier by the famous American artist Dale Chihuly.

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Sculptureum - a wet weather destination

The six Galleries at Sculptureum are warm, dry and interesting and people tend to spend between 30-40 minutes there.

They lead into The Palm Garden and The Pink Snail Garden – both of which are sheltered by high hedges and overhanging trees. The level 250m pathway in The Palm Garden is made of coloured concrete and the 150m path in The Pink Snail Garden is a raised timber walkway.

There are various physical shelters within these gardens and in the event of rain, umbrellas are provided for free.

The average time that people spend in the Galleries and the two enclosed gardens is about one and a half hours and for many people a visit to these three attractions is sufficient for the day – especially if it’s combined with a meal at Sculptureum’s restaurant.

View the installation of our chandelier by famous glass artist Dale Chihuly

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Opening Hours & Admission

Sculptureum is open Thursday, Friday and Monday from 10am to 5pm and Weekends from 9am to 5pm. For the most convenient admission experience, buy your tickets online. The Sculptureum Experience will take up to 3 hours, and is best paired with a meal at Rothko restaurant.

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