Visit our inaugural open-air exhibition ‘ART WILDED’, by resident artist Philip Letts, in the Capability Brown gardens. The gardens and main exhibitions are open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am – 4pm. Also Bank Holidays. Adults £12, children under 12 £6.
We also host group visits and guided tours of the main exhibitions and the permanent collection across the wider park. Book a Guided Art Tour – CLICK HERE.
Philip Letts is an established international artist collected worldwide.
The ‘ART WILDED’ exhibition is a series of conceptual sculptures examining key environmental issues including waste, plastics abuse, climate change and deforestation. Philip’s art challenges urbanisation and its impact on community and environment.
The ‘Textures’ Mixed Media exhibition is now open in our new indoor gallery.
‘Textures’ examines multiple mixed media. The exhibition is indoors in the Sheds Project Space fusing sculpture and mixed media. It includes Philip Letts very latest works.
Open Air Permanent Collection
The Open Air permanent collection comprises 100 artworks across 50 acres of the park and gardens. It includes dozens of sculptures from leading international artists as well as the largest collection of Letts environmental artworks. Book a Guided Art Tour – CLICK HERE.
We are planning to host events and workshops. If you would like to organise an event or run a workshop please contact email@example.com.
Devon Sculpture Park is the perfect venue for a truly beautiful wedding. Your ceremony could be held in the 800 year old church with drinks on the Capability Brown terraces overlooking the gardens and sea. Your reception would be hosted under a marquee on the old tennis court. The Summer House and Lake House are available for accomodation. Please contact us to arrange.
Entertaining, Meetings & Retreats
We have a number of stunning spaces for meetings, conferences, retreats and more. Devon Sculpture Park provides the perfect backdrop for that special drinks reception, meeting or catered evening. The Capability Brown gardens and main exhibitions will be kept open for you and your guests. To enquire contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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)