Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park

Sculpture in the Landscape Exhibition 2024

Exploring the landscape, challenging audiences

The'Magnolia' by Rebecca Newnham floats on the Magnolia Lake infront of the Ting Pagoda 

The Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park is a 45-acre award winning woodland garden set deep in the North Yorkshire countryside. 

This is the garden's first temporary exhibition with 34 sculptors from all over the UK, showing 62 pieces of artwork set alongside a permanent collection of 90 mixed media pieces - all with the aim of inspiring and challenging audiences of all ages when they visit the garden.

The garden's charitable objectives are the advancement of the arts, horticulture and environmental protection, particularly but not exclusively by promoting the cultivation and conservation of rare and endangered plant species of the world and the use of sculpture within natural and cultivated landscapes.


The garden is open to visitors from 18th April - 3rd November 

April - June       (Tuesdays - Sundays)

July - October   (Wednesdays - Sundays)

Full details and all entry tickets are available from the website himalayangarden.com


Tel: 01765 658009

Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park, The Hutts, Grewelthorpe, Nr Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 3DA