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*Last admission is 1 hour before closing. Price includes entry into The Savill Garden.
If you are unable to visit, or would like to speak to someone after your visit and have an enquiry relating to the sculptures, please contact us here.
Art in the Garden
Art in the Garden returns for its fourth year to The Savill Garden this autumn.
Set within the 35 acres of colourful gardens, discover over 65 inspirational sculptures exhibited by the Surrey Sculpture Society. As you explore The Savill Garden you'll encounter sculptures in varying styles, subject and materials; all inspired by the natural world.
From modern abstract to more classical pieces, there is something to capture everyone's attention and each is accompanied by the artist's statement with information on the sculpture.
Suitable for focal points in gardens, conservatories and indoors, all the art is available to purchase.
Visiting The Savill Garden
Tickets to The Savill Garden are available to book online and entry to the exhibition is included in your ticket.
If you are a Friend of The Savill Garden or a Member of Windsor Great Park you do not need to pre-book your tickets. Simply show your membership card at the entrance to The Savill Garden when you arrive.
Please check our visitor updates for the latest information about activity that may affect your visit to the Garden.
If you have not visited The Savill Garden before please familiarise yourself with some of our Garden entry rules which prohibits the following items being taken in to the Garden. (A full list can be viewed in our terms and conditions).
Pets or animals of any nature (except registered support dogs)
Emotional assistance dogs are welcome in the Garden. You will need to present a letter from your GP at the time of your visit
Musical instruments and sound systems
Picnics - including drinks and food in disposable wrappers
Balls, frisbees, balloons or any other similar item
Scooters, bikes, roller skates and other forms of personal transport (excluding those for disabled visitor access such as wheelchairs and personal mobility vehicles)
Car parking at The Savill Garden
Car parking is free with paid entry to The Savill Garden
Coaches must book in advance. Please take a look here to find out more
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