Open Tuesdays-Sundays and Bank Holidays: April 16th until July 14th and 5th October to 3rd November 2019, 10.00am-4.00pm
Three unique sculptures by Subodh Kerkar, the Founding Director of the Museum of Goa, are among the exciting new attractions at the Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park - Winner of the Yorkshire in Bloom Tourist Attractions Award 2018.
The park is home to over 70 contemporary sculptures situated within 40 acres of gardens, set within a beautiful tranquil valley. Widely considered to be home to the North’s largest collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias, the park is enhanced by three lakes, an Arboretum, Pagoda, Summerhouse, Himalayan shelter, decorative bridges and scenic woodland walks.
Other new attractions for 2019 include a Norse Shelter set in the recently developed woodland area, and an exciting project by local Sculptor Anna Whitehouse, inspired by pollen grains and clay collected from the gardens.
A log cabin Tea Room serves a range of hot and cold drinks and a delicious variety of food options.
The well-stocked Nursery has different varieties of rhododendrons on sale, as well as many other hardy ericaceous shrubs and perennials, while children can enjoy the woodland playground area.
Dogs are welcome if kept on a lead.
Visit the website for prices, group bookings and season tickets.
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