Attraction

Overview & description

Spring Opening Dates: 30th March to 1st July 2018

Autumn Opening Dates: 6th October to 4th November 2018

Closed on Mondays, except bank holidays
Open from 10am to 4pm – Tuesday to Sunday

Located in the heart of the tranquil North Yorkshire countryside, the Himalayan garden & Sculpture Park covers 30 acres of stunning woodland gardens.

A floating sculpture – Lily Pads - by sculptor Rebecca Newnham is one of a number of new attractions at the award-winning Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park.  

The 30 acres of gardens are set in a beautiful valley with scenic woodland walks and are further enhanced by three lakes, a pagoda, a summerhouse, a Himalayan shelter, bridges and over 60 contemporary sculptures. They are also widely considered to have the North’s largest collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias with nearly 20,000 plants.

Other new attractions include a pop up exhibition and workshops by Rebecca, the building of a Norse shelter and a children’s activity booklet and sculpture trail.  There is also a contemplation circle consisting of 5 chairs carved from 200yr old giant redwood trees specially commissioned from Irish artist Liam O’Neill and new woodland paths set over an additional 12 acres.

A log cabin tea room also serves a range of hot and cold drinks and a variety of food options.

The well stocked nursery has 200 different varieties of rhododendrons on sale as well as many other hardy ericaceous shrubs and perennials.

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Prices

Type Price
Adult £8.00
Under 5s Free
Children aged 5 - 12 £1.50 each

Facilities available at The Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park

  • On-Site Parking
  • Pets Accepted
  • Outdoor
  • Card Payment
  • Annual Pass