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As one of the world’s leading open air galleries, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an international centre for modern and contemporary art inspired by the natural beauty of the historic 18th Century Bretton Estate.With a changing programme of exhibitions...more
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The grounds are lovely and great to walk in with kids/dogs. Some of the sculptures are great, but their numbers are padded out by some absolute dross by Henry Moore.
The café is decent enough, apart from the incredibly stingy cake portions (no more than...More
It was my first visit yesterday with my daughter. We both love sculpture and environmental art on a large scale. This park is one of the best we’ve been to. Earlier in the year we visited Chaumont (a Chateau in the Loire) which has a...More
Wow, I can’t believe it’s taken so long to come here. Driven past it so many times.
Can’t wait to come back again.
You can just simple enjoy walks, seek out all the sculptures, sit and enjoy time with friends and family.
There were so...More
I've heard lots of people saying they've been to the YSP, so we decided to try it out.
First up - the car park is surrounded by high hedges, and there are no signs to tell you which way to go, so if you've lost...More
YSPsculpture, Public Relations Manager at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for your review. I'm sorry to hear that you didn't enjoy your visit to the Park.
The beauty of art is its ability to invoke different reactions, emotions and opinions from different people. At YSP, we do try to create an exciting and...More
We visited today for a guided walk by volunteer guides which was excellent - very informative. We also visited the education centre tea room - always a pleasant location, particularly when fine enough to sit outside. Whilst some of the paths were closed because of...More
Been here many times over the years, ever since I was a small child, and have made many great memories. The sculpture on offer is varied - some to my taste, others not - but isn't that how it should be? Walking around the vast...More