Sculpture in the Garden at Godinton House & Gardens
Godinton House & Gardens’ outdoor annual exhibition of contemporary art features artists from across Kent and the South of England, running from July 22 to August 13.
Visitors can enjoy viewing mixed media, glass and ceramics on display across the 12-acre garden, including a meadow trail, as well as formal gardens which feature the Walled Garden and Italian Garden, a rose garden and twin borders designed by architect Sir Reginald Blomfield.
There are plenty of benches in the gardens so visitors can take a Sculpture in the Garden brochure, with information about each piece of work, and view the art at their leisure. All sculptures are available for sale.
Gates open from 1pm to 6pm and homemade traybake cakes, teas and coffee are available to purchase daily in the ticket office. The House Tearoom is open Friday to Sunday during the Sculpture in the Gardens exhibition.
Booking online for your visit to Godinton House & Gardens is recommended.
Visitors who turn up on the day can queue and buy their tickets at the ticket office.
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