Stay at the Lakehouse

The Lakehouse at Devon Sculpture Park is the perfect retreat for a staycation in Devon. The Capability Brown lake is mesmerising, situated at the top of the ancient cascade gardens, hidden by a beautiful horseshoe of trees that hang over the water. The Lakehouse is available to stay in year round. Book a weekend getContinue reading “Stay at the Lakehouse”

Venue Hire

We have a number of beautiful spaces that are perfect for company retreats and meetings for 4 – 14 people. The Lakehouse The Robert Adam Orangery The Schoolhouse Venue hire for company retreats, meetings and entertaining starts at £35pp. This includes room hire, entry to the wilded Capability Brown gardens and sculpture park plus lunchContinue reading “Venue Hire”

Exhibitions

We believe that environmental art on rewilded lands challenges and educates us about natural solutions to the climate crisis. The current programme includes 4 open-air exhibitions plus 2 indoor exhibits. 4 environmental artists, 5 exhibitions in the Wilded Capability Brown gardens. We host a diverse programme of art exhibitions and events. Like our Facebook pageContinue reading “Exhibitions”

Volunteering

We’re looking for regular volunteers to help with the art programme, gardens and rewilding (wildlife conservation). You can volunteer 6 hours a fortnight or more. When you’re here volunteering you get free food, learning and you have fun with our growing communities. Regular volunteers get 60% discounts on all activities at the park. If youContinue reading “Volunteering”

Getting Here

Devon Sculpture Park is based at Mamhead Park (South), Mamhead, Exeter EX6 8HE. It is 3 hours from London and 15 minutes from Exeter. Sat Nav will get you most of the way but let’s you down at the final stage so please print off these directions so you don’t miss the turning that SatContinue reading “Getting Here”

What to see and do

Visit the UK’s leading smaller scale rewilding project and environmental art centre. Devon Sculpture Park is surrounded by a 100 acre Rewilding Project on an historic estate a few miles south of Exeter. Visit a sculpture park tackling climate change – where art, rugged seascapes and wildlife collide. Expect contemporary, conceptual, challenging art from environmentalContinue reading “What to see and do”

Artist Programme

Devon Sculpture Park is a wildlife haven and creative retreat. We are the UK’s leading smaller scale rewilding project and environmental art centre. You can find us just a few miles south of Exeter with endless sea views providing ‘seascape for art’. Discover a budding new contemporary art centre with open-air and indoor exhibition spaces,Continue reading “Artist Programme”

The Robert Adam Gallery

Devon Sculpture Park has just opened its second indoor gallery, the Robert Adam Gallery. This imposing 500 year old bath stone building was extended and improved by Robert Adam 270 years ago. Today it hosts the Robert Adam Gallery inside and on the terraces overlooking the sea and Wilded Capability Brown gardens. The Paris salon-styleContinue reading “The Robert Adam Gallery”

‘Flux’ an Exhibition of Large-scale Ceramic Sculptures by Chris Speyer

‘Flux’ by Exeter’s Chris Speyer has opened in The Paddock. It is a powerful display of large-scale environmental ceramic sculptures by one of the South West’s leading ceramic sculptors. In this triad of clay megaliths, ‘Fold’ and ‘Flow’ have undergone the irreversible metamorphosis of firing, clay transformed into enduring ceramic, but the third, ‘Ground’, whichContinue reading “‘Flux’ an Exhibition of Large-scale Ceramic Sculptures by Chris Speyer”