Devon Sculpture Park is the UK’s newest open-air gallery set in a 100 acre Wilding Project just a few miles south of Exeter City. Art, community, wildlife and perspective collide.

The Capability Brown gardens, including Philip Letts inaugural ‘ART WILDED’ exhibition, are open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10am – 4pm. Adults £12, children £6.


Enjoy Mediterranean style lunches and teas at The Terraces in front of the Robert Adams Orangery. Open every Wednesday to Sunday, 11am – 3pm.


We host group visits and guided tours. Book a Guided Art TourCLICK HERE. To arrange a group visit contact hello@devonsculpturepark.org.

A mixed indoor exhibition ‘Textures’ opens June in the Sheds Project Space.

Visit the Open Air permanent art collection in the historic parkland overlooking the sea. Book a Guided Art Tour – CLICK HERE.

Stay at the Lakehouse or Summer House including free passes to the Sculpture Park.

Entertain on the Capability Brown terraces overlooking the sea and famous gardens.

Visit our Wilding Project and book a Rewilding Tour – CLICK HERE.


Mamhead Park (South) is just above Mamhead and Ashcombe, a few miles South of Exeter. From the A380 exit at Great Haldon Hill coming from Exeter, or Mamhead coming North from Newton Abbott.

Follow the lane signed Mamhead & Dawlish for 3/4 mile and take the first right turn to Ashcombe & Dawlish. Continue straight on this lane for 1 mile. At the bottom of the hill turn left at the junction to Mamhead Village Hall. The entrance to Devon Sculpture Park is on the left after 300 yds.

Whichever way you come you can only enter the sculpture park from the Southern entrance to Mamhead Park.

Devon Sculpture Park

Mamhead Park (South)