Welcome to the 2016 Doddington Sculpture Exhibition, featuring carefully selected national and international sculptors to complement each area and to provide an eclectic exhibition to suit all tastes, styles and budgets.
Curator David Waghorne has arranged the outdoor pieces to take full advantage of the back drop of Doddington Hall and our large and varied gardens. New for this year are two indoor venues with some spectacular and fragile pieces.
Almost every piece is for sale. If you buy a sculpture you are not only buying something that will bring you enjoyment for years to come, but you are also helping to support the career of the sculptor.
We thank all of our sponsors, and in particular our lead sponsor Brewin Dolphin, for their very generous support of our exhibition.
Visiting the Exhibition – Some Advice
- Your safety is our first concern. Some pieces are heavy and could cause serious injury if disturbed. Please do not touch any sculptures, even if they appear to be robust.
- Some sculptures are fragile or have sharp edges so again please do not touch any of them. Any damage caused will be charged to the people responsible.
- Please keep children under supervision at all times.
- Some areas of the garden have rough paths and changes in levels. Please take care and follow the marked route.
The exhibition will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Normal Garden admission charges will apply:
Adults – £7, Children 16 and Under – £3.50
Family ticket (2 adults and 2 Children) – £18
There may be restricted access at times (specifically The East Front & Great Hall) on Saturdays due to weddings.