Things to do at Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park review
The Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park is set in picturesque countryside between Masham and Ripon. It features over 90 contemporary sculptures, other larger features and a play area set within 45 acres of woodland and gardens.
The park is enhanced by three lakes and a number of features for visitors to enjoy. Their sculptures are all open-air and there are plenty to find. Sculptures include a bronze leopard stalking a roe deer, giant floating magnolia, mini stone henge, Japanese pagoda and more. Other larger features include a summerhouse, Himalayan shelter, Contemplation circle and a Norse hut.
In the woodland, there are over 300 different trees covering 12 acres. Kids will love the wooden adventure play area and looking for the fairy doors dotted around the gardens.
Please note – Most places may still require you to pre-book online in advance. Some venues also still have certain areas closed for safety reasons. Please check their website and/or social media pages before visiting.
FAQ and Further Information Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park
Is there food and drink available?
There is a tearoom serving hot and cold food and drinks. Picnics are not permitted.
What are the main things to do?
Gardens with over 90 sculptures and other larger structures, wooden play area and woodland walks. There are toilets and a tearoom.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. A standard adult ticket costs £10, children 5-15 are £5, under 5s are free. Family tickets and season passes are available.
Is there parking?
There is a large free car park.
When are they open?
They are open from April until October. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome on a lead.
Are they accessible?
The park is not suitable for wheelchair users, mobility scooters or people with limited mobility. They are continually improving their paths however, the topography of the area dictates that the paths are steep in places, with some paths having a number of steps.
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