20-28 MAY
The Hall & Gardens will be closed for a private event 20-28 May • Our shops, cafés & estate walks will remain open

Sculpture at Doddington

Event Detail

Start Date: July 20, 2024
End Date: September 8, 2024
Time: 10am - 4pm daily (Last entry 3pm)
Adult: £9.50
Child: £4.50
Family: £22
Doddington Season Ticket Holders: Free
Historic Houses, RHS, CPRE & Art Fund Members: 20% off full price garden entry
2 for 1 for carers
Hall upgrade fees apply on Hall open days. No other promotions are valid during the Sculpture Exhibition.

The popular biennial Sculpture Exhibition returns to Doddington Hall. The stunning walled gardens and romantic wild gardens provide the perfect setting for over 300 works of art made by 60 Sculptors from across the UK and beyond.

Curators David Waghorne and Kate McGovern have carefully selected national and international sculptors to complement each area of the garden and to provide an eclectic exhibition to suit all tastes, styles and budgets. A large indoor gallery located in the Stable Yard will exhibit a captivating variety of smaller-scale pieces.

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.

Lincolnshire based sculptors include Michael Thacker, Ian Gill, Michael Scrimshaw and James Sutton.

Gardens & Gallery open daily. Garden admission applies (no extra charge for the exhibition)

Sculpture at Doddington tickets are available on arrival at the Gatehouse and include an Exhibition Programme and access to the Gardens & Gallery.

*Please note that on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays the East Front may be temporarily closed for weddings. Visitors will be rerouted during this period and the East Front will be opened again as soon as possible.*

If you would like to visit the Hall (open Wed, Fri, Sun & BH Mon, 11am-4pm), we recommend pre-booking tickets to guarantee your preferred time slot. Hall tickets include access to the Gardens & Gallery. Pre-book here.

We thank all of our sponsors, and in particular our lead sponsor RBC Brewin Dolphin, for their very generous support of our exhibition.

More information about exhibiting sculptors coming soon! Photos are from our previous Sculpture at Doddington exhibition.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • The majority of the exhibition is outdoors and will open regardless of the weather (with the exception of extreme weather).
  • Tickets are available on arrival at the Gatehouse.
  • Tickets for Sculpture at Doddington include an Exhibition Programme and access to the Gardens & Gallery. Tickets are valid between 10am-4pm, last entry 3pm. You are welcome to visit any time during these times on your selected day.
  • If you would like to visit the Hall (open Wed, Fri, Sun & BH Mon, 11am-4pm), we recommend pre-booking tickets to guarantee your preferred time slot. Hall tickets include access to the Gardens & Gallery. Pre-book here.
  • Doddington season ticket holders receive free entry.
  • PLEASE NOTE THAT PROMOTIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED DURING THE SCULPTURE EXHIBITION AS IT IS A SPECIAL EVENT. HOWEVER, WE ARE OFFERING 20% DISCOUNT TO THE FOLLOWING CARDHOLDERS: HISTORIC HOUSES, ART FUND, RHS & CPRE MEMBERS.
  • No large bags or picnics permitted in the Gardens/Gallery (picnic area is available in the parkland by the lake).
  • No dogs permitted in the Gardens/Gallery (assistance dogs only).
  • Photography for personal use is welcome, please note that commercial photoshoots are subject to permission and fees.
  • Toilets are open in the Gardens.
  • Your safety is our first concern. Some pieces are heavy and will cause serious injury if they fall. Please take care.
  • Any damage caused will be charged to those people responsible.
  • Please keep children under supervision at all times.
  • Some areas of the garden have rough paths and changes in levels, others have delicate flowers growing in the grass. Please take care, follow the paths and respect any barriers that have been erected to protect plants.
  • Enjoy the exhibition!