Jerwood Sculpture Park at Ragley Hall
Jerwood Sculpture Park
01789 762 090
The Jerwood Sculpture Park, a major initiative of the Jerwood Foundation, is sited in the beautiful garden, grounds and park at Ragley, Warwickshire, home of the Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford.
It gives visitors the opportunity of enjoying the Jerwood Sculpture Collection of 20th and 21st Century sculpture within the estate of Ragley.
Sculpture in the open offers the visitor the opportunity to be challenged, inspired and delighted. The creation of the Sculpture Park is an important part of the Jerwood Foundation's wide-ranging support of the visual arts.
Gallery, Garden, parklands or rural site
Dates: Saturday 25 March - Sunday 1 October 2006
Days: Thursday - Sunday (including bank holiday Mondays)
Also open daily during school holidays:
10 - 23 April
29 May - 2 June
22 July - 3 September
Hours: 10.00am - 6.00pm
State Rooms (subject to availability)
The entrance fee is £7 for adults and £4.50 for children.
This gives you access to the house ground floor, State Rooms (subject to availability) and gardens at Ragley (see www.ragleyhall.com). There are discounts available for groups and school parties.
Access: The Jerwood Sculpture Park is sited in the gardens and grounds at Ragley and some of the trails are difficult to access in certain types of wheelchair.
Please contact Ragley for specific information regarding access.
Alongside sculptors of international reputation, such as Ayrton, Chadwick, Frink and Gormley, important national sculptors and emerging young artists, who have won the Jerwood Sculpture Prize, are included in the Jerwood Sculpture Collection.
Key artists and exhibits