Sculpture trail at Hatchlands Park

Sculpture on display at Hatchlands Park, Surrey

Visit Hatchlands Park this summer, from Tuesday 18 June until Sunday 14 July, to see a major arts event staged by the Surrey Sculpture Society including a sculpture trail and an indoor arts exhibition as part of the Society’s 25th Anniversary celebrations. You’ll be able to enjoy the artworks on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 10 am to 5pm.

We’re delighted to be joining up with the Surrey Sculpture Society to celebrate their 25th anniversary by displaying an enormous array of sculptures at Hatchlands Park this summer. Each sculpture will be situated carefully in the historic landscape, and we hope that visitors will delight in the unexpected as they explore the gardens on a trail of discovery.

Elephants Child, by Carol Bryant, on display in the parterre garden at Hatchlands Park
Sculpture on display at Hatchlands Park, Surrey
Elephants Child, by Carol Bryant, on display in the parterre garden at Hatchlands Park

You’ll be able to see around 165 sculptures in total. The trail will lead through formal gardens and across sweeping lawns to an area of ancient trees and wildflower meadows and will feature around 90 pieces.  A further 75 sculptures and 2D artwork will form an exhibition in a marquee within the grounds.

Discover affordable and original sculpture made from a diverse range of materials including bronze, resin, glass, metal, wood, stone, ceramic and found objects, with all sculptures for sale during the event.

Back Diva, by Mark Swan, on display on the lawn at Hatchlands Park
Sculpture on display at Hatchlands Park, Surrey
Back Diva, by Mark Swan, on display on the lawn at Hatchlands Park

Henriette van der Does, Chair of the Surrey Sculpture Society commented, 'The Surrey Sculpture Society is honoured to have been invited by Hatchlands Park to create a new summer attraction. The Park has a great variety of natural features making it an ideal setting for a varied show. Our society is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and this event promises to be extra special since four of our founder members will be exhibiting with us once again.’

Please note that assistance dogs only are welcome in the garden where the sculptures are on display.