DSP Online – Your Virtual Visitor App

We’re excited to launch DSP Online, our new virtual visitor app. Starting at just £3 per month you can enjoy going behind the scenes at Devon Sculpture Park from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Bring our wildlife haven and creative retreat into your life and your home. Learn about smaller-scale rewilding and environmental art. SupportContinue reading “DSP Online – Your Virtual Visitor App”

COVID-19 Update from DSP

LATEST UPDATE We continue to offer a safe environment for our visitors to get their exercise and recreation surrounded by wildlife, environmental art and an inspiring rewilding park. It’s so important for our wellbeing to get out into nature, enjoy wildlife and art, and experience moments of peace and tranquility. Bring the wonders of DSPContinue reading “COVID-19 Update from DSP”

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”

What to see and do

Several years ago we embarked on an experiment: the rewilding of our estate in Devon. We’re trying to ensure the restoration of natural ecological processes and the recovery of flaura and fauna. Rewilding the land is an important new discipline for environmentally conscious people. See how our project has progressed. See the changes to theContinue reading “What to see and do”

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, nature, art and fun! If you would like to volunteer at Devon Sculpture Park please email hello@devonsculpturepark.org. In the future weContinue reading “Volunteering”

Rewilding Park & Gardens

Devon Sculpture Park and the wilded Capability Brown gardens are extraordinary. They form the perfect backdrop for your creative, rewilded retreat. ‘One of the most beautiful gardens I have seen…’ Toby Buckland, gardener, TV presenter and author. This is one of the last remaining Capability Brown gardens in the South West. It is surrounded byContinue reading “Rewilding Park & Gardens”

The Robert Adam Gallery

The Robert Adam Orangery is an imposing 500 year old bath stone building which was extended and improved by Robert Adam in the mid 1700’s. Today it hosts the Robert Adam salon gallery inside and on the terraces overlooking the sea and wilded Capability Brown gardens. The Paris salon-style private gallery hosts a mix ofContinue reading “The Robert Adam Gallery”

Your Creative, Rewilded Retreat

Devon Sculpture Park is a creative, rewilded retreat. Refresh and reimagine surrounded by art, Wilded Capability Brown gardens, ancient waterways, wildlife and endless sea views. ‘One of the most beautiful gardens I have seen…’ Toby Buckland, gardener, TV presenter and author. This timeless, historic retreat has been carefully restored to enable visitors to deepen theirContinue reading “Your Creative, Rewilded Retreat”

An Art Historian’s Review of Devon Sculpture Park

A secret discovered in the heart of Devon. Art in the Devon Sculpture Park Rosemary Cieri, Art Historian and Exhibition Curator — Arrived in this remote part of England – perhaps one of the most scenic I have seen- I proceeded to my assignment: A report on an exhibition of the latest art concerned withContinue reading “An Art Historian’s Review of Devon Sculpture Park”

A Sculpture Park Tackling Climate Change

Devon Sculpture Park is on a mission. Not only is it developing one of the UK’s more ambitious sculpture parks, on a truly historic estate, but it is becoming a leading voice in tackling climate change. Its permanent art collection is one of the UK’s larger collections of environmental art – sculpture, installation art andContinue reading “A Sculpture Park Tackling Climate Change”