Set in the North Yorkshire countryside, the garden is home to 90 striking contemporary sculptures within 45 acres of woodland gardens, lakes and an arboretum great for dog walking. The valley’s microclimate makes it fertile ground for Himalayan plants including the mecanopsis poppy and a national collection of rhododendrons with azaleas and magnolias.
A wide selection of refreshments are available from our Tearoom and Horsebox; serving hot and cold drinks, freshly prepared sandwiches, soup and hot food along with delicious, sweet treats for indoor and outdoor dining.
All entry tickets must be prebooked from the website.
Please visit the website for further information and to book tickets.
Not suitable for people with severe mobility issues
April 18th – end June Tuesday – Sunday (plus Bank Holiday Mondays)
July – 3rd Nov Wednesday – Sunday (plus Bank Holiday Mondays)
(Opening times: 10am – 4pm (last entry 3pm)
The Ting Pagoda at the Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park
The Summer House viewing platform
Waking from the slumber
Fisherman Head by Christopher Marvell
Rhododendrons in spring
Ocean comes to Yorkshire
Streamside summer planting
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