Sculpture at Doddington 2022

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Lincolnshire’s Doddington Hall & Gardens’ eagerly awaited biennial sculpture exhibition returns with creations from national and international artists.

The stunning walled gardens and romantic wild gardens provide the perfect setting for over 360 works of art made by 60 sculptors from across the UK and beyond.

While each sculpture is distinctly different, they are all united by the core theme of ‘In beauty may I walk’ – inspired by the traditional Navajo Indian prayer. With the mellow red brick Elizabethan hall as a spectacular backdrop, guests are invited to walk in the beauty of Doddington Hall’s walled gardens to take in the varied pieces.

Lincolnshire based sculptors include: Teresa Wells, Michael Thacker, Michael Scrimshaw, James Sutton, Daniel Rollitt, Ian Gill, and Robert Fogell.

Almost every piece in the exhibition is for sale, an investment which will bring enjoyment to your home or garden for many years and will help to support the career of the sculptor.

The exhibition is taking place from 16 July – 11 September. The Gardens & Gallery are open daily. Garden admission applies (no extra charge for the exhibition)

Exhibition Programmes are available to purchase for £2 on arrival. Pre-book tickets online to get the Exhibition Programme for only £1 (collect on arrival).

Please note that Historic Houses members will receive 20% off Garden tickets. In order to gain the 20% off, you must select the relevant ticket type and show your membership card on arrival, along with your ticket.

Your ticket is valid between 10am – 4pm, last entry 3pm. You are welcome to visit anytime during these times on your selected day.

Book tickets here


Doddington Hall in Lincolnshire
Free for members

Doddington Hall & Gardens

Doddington, Lincolnshire, LN6 4RU

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