Gloucester Rocks

Nature in Art Sculpture Garden & Play Area

Parks & Walks

There are many sculptures to explore in the Nature in Art garden as well as flowers, insect hotels, ponds and wildlife. In the warmer months, there are benches and picnic tables dotted about.

There is also a small play area within the garden.

Cost? The grounds are free to enter. Charges apply for the museum, but check their website for opening times before travelling.

Parking? There is a car park on site and it is free to park.

Refreshments? There is a cafe on site serving teas, coffees, cakes and light lunches. There is also a choice of fresh puddings served daily, as well as a selection of other snacks, ice creams and cold drinks. They cater for a wide range of dietary requirements with gluten free, diary free, nut free, vegetarian and vegan options. Alternative milks are also available. (Oat, almond, soya, coconut).

What else? The museum holds various special exhibitions throughout the year and there is a different artist in residence in their garden studio each week (from February - November). Come and watch an artist at work! Find out more on their website.

Some photos are from Stephloveshoney

Nature in Art Sculpture Garden & Play Area - image 1
Nature in Art Sculpture Garden & Play Area - image 1

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