Day Visits

Devon Sculpture Park is open to pre-booked individual day visitors on Saturdays and group visits during the week.

Day visitors explore the wilded Capability Brown gardens, discover the environmental art exhibits, and enjoy lunch and refreshments on the terraces of the Robert Adam Orangery with its stunning sea views.

To protect the wildlife and to provide an immersive experience, it’s necessary to restrict visitor numbers, so pre-booking is required. We don’t allow entry on the gate. See discounts for DSP Members.

Options include:

Individual or family – pre-book a day visit any Saturday starting 10am. 
Includes park entry, intro talk and walk, free-roaming with map, morning coffee and 2 course lunch overlooking the sea (see menu). 
Adult £30, Child (under 12) £20. Family discounts, see Prices
Dogs must be kept on lead at all times. *Day Visit rate subsidised by Letts Group.

Group Day Visit – minimum of five people. Pre-book a Group Day Visit any Wednesday – Friday. Includes park entry, intro talk and walk, free-roaming with map, morning coffee and 2 course lunch overlooking the sea (see menu). Adult £35, Child (under 12) £25. Discounts for groups of 10+. Secondary school visits welcome.

Friday Afternoon Retreat
Start this inspiring afternoon retreat taking in the environmental art led by the park’s curator before a relaxed two course organic lunch on the terraces of the Robert Adam Orangery overlooking the sea (see Wild Kitchen menu).
After lunch wander the wildlands with a rewilding expert and visit the latest wildlife activity hotspots. End the day with tea and cakes on the terraces in the Capability Brown gardens.
Available every Friday afternoon, starting at 12.15pm. 
£75 per person

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If you’d like to visit Devon Sculpture Park regularly, we recommend joining our membership scheme. Click here for more details.

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