It would be easy to miss the Sculpture Park from the road as the entrance isn't very prominent and the Sculpture park is well hidden away but I think this just adds to its charm. This is a great place to spend an afternoon taking a walk through the woods while viewing a variety of sculptures: some small, some massive, some classic, some modern, some ugly and some beautiful but always interesting and there is a discovery around every corner; don't forget to look up into the trees as you might miss something. The best thing about wandering around the park (following the coloured routes) is that you get to see all the pieces from multiple angles and up close and also from afar and so all the pieces change. I was a bit freaked out by the 'mine shaft' at first but it was a great piece and you really did feel like you were in a mine shaft and totally disoriented (although I hope miners are not and do have lamps). It was very interesting having a catalogue so you could guess the name and the prices, some of the prices are unbelievable! When we first arrived I thought the £6 entrance was very steep and wouldn't be worth it but after spending a whole afternoon there on hindsight it was reasonable.
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