Gardens are now open Tuesday to Sunday. Tickets must be pre-booked during office hours Monday to Friday. See booking form on contact page. We are excited to be preparing for our first event this season – Sculpture in the Gardens – with 16 artists displaying work around the gardens. Some are new names and some … Find out more
The sculpture show has filled the garden once again with wonderful objects to add a fresh look to rather parched surroundings. There are ceramics, steel, stone and glass works by seventeen different artists. This stoneware mermaid was made by Godinton’s resident potter, Jane Richardson, but other work has travelled from around the UK.
Our thirteenth annual sculpture show is transforming the garden until Sunday 13th August. Eighteen artists are showing their work throughout the gardens. All the work is for sale with sizes and styles to suit all gardens. This year six new artists are introducing their work to Godinton including Mike Savage who has filled borders with … Find out more
Our annual sculpture show in the gardens will run until 14th August with 15 artists from the South East showing over 70 pieces of work. Everything is for sale with prices from £15 to £8000. With the beautiful backdrop of our 12 acres of gardens it makes a great afternoon visit with the possibility of … Find out more
Our annual sculpture show is on until the 14th of August with fifteen artists from the south east showing over 70 pieces of work. Everything is for sale with prices from £15 to £8000. With the beautiful backdrop of our 12 acres of gardens it makes a great afternoon visit with the possibility of a little retail … Find out more
The annual Sculpture in the Gardens continues despite the recent downpours and terrible traffic! Whether a discerning art lover with some cash to splash or simply someone who fancies a trip out to enjoy the spectacle, a trip to Godinton will be sure to please. As ever, we have a wide range of garden art … Find out more
Sculpture is arriving every day for our show which opens on Saturday. Some easier to install than others. Christian Funnell’s May Tree gets its feet wet in the Lily Pond with lots of ‘help’ from me on the bank “left a bit …right a bit” .
The first week of our “Sculpture in the Garden” has been a huge success! The work of twenty artists with wildly differing work in wood, glass, ceramics, iron and steel, are dotted around all areas of the Garden. The show will continue for another two weeks, finishing on the 17th August.
Our annual sculpture show has landed! Eighty five pieces of work by twenty three artists have all found a home in our gardens for the next three weeks. At a time when the garden has less colour they bring a sense of excitement and the exotic.