Sculpture at Doddington Hall & Gardens in Lincolnshire offers a truly unique cultural experience in the heart of the countryside
We’re loving some of the awesome artwork planned for this summer’s al fresco art-fest at Doddington Hall & Gardens.
Taking place from late July to September, the historic house in Lincolnshire will exhibit over 300 unique sculptures by 63 international, national and local sculptors.
The tranquil setting is set to make it a wonderful mini wellbeing retreat and an ideal location for outdoor yoga. It’s also a great place for a mindful stroll and a chance to soak up the great outdoors generally.
This year marks 10 years of Sculpture at Doddington and with the manor house, walled gardens, romantic wild gardens and parkland as a backdrop, this eclectic exhibition has something to suit all tastes and styles.
As well as the outdoor exhibition, The Stable Yard will transform into a large indoor sculpture gallery with a huge variety of work from a range of artists, including pieces that have been crafted especially for the exhibition.
Sculpture at Doddington will be open daily, from July 25 to September 6, 11am - 4.30pm. Garden admission applies, priced at £7.50 for adults, £3.50 for children and £19 for a family.
Tickets will be available online or are available to purchase at the Gatehouse on arrival. Why not extend your visit to include the Hall? Open Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Bank Holiday Mondays throughout the exhibition, 12 - 4.30pm. Extra fee applies.
Find out more at: doddingtonhall.com