A sculpture exhibition featuring 350 works from international and national sculptors will be showcased in Palace House, its gardens and surrounding parkland from 25th May - 14th July.
New to Beaulieu for summer 2019, this unique collection features works by over 60 renowned sculptors, including Heather Jansch, Tom Hiscocks, Richard Cresswell, Jilly Sutton, Nicola Godden and Diane Maclean.
Each piece has been carefully selected to take full advantage of their unique backdrop; from the atmospheric ruins of Beaulieu Abbey to the serene beauty of the Victorian Flower Garden and the intimate setting of Palace House.
Ranging from figurative to abstract, and covering a diverse range of mediums, the exhibition provides something to suit all tastes.
All sculptures are for sale, with prices starting from £25 and ranging to £120,000. A catalogue of all the exhibition sculptures can be purchased on arrival at Beaulieu.
For a full list of sculptors, please visit the sculptors section.
Dates & opening Times
25th May - 14th July 2019. Open daily 10am - 6pm.
Tickets & Prices
Entry to Sculpture at Beaulieu is included in your general admission ticket to Beaulieu, which also includes entry all the Beaulieu attractions, including the National Motor Museum.
Ticket Prices & Information
Enhance your visit with an exhibition guide for only £3. Includes sculptor highlights, a map of the Beaulieu grounds, sculptor directory and price list.
Available to purchase online in advance or on arrival at Beaulieu.
Special offer: Purchase the Sculpture at Beaulieu Exhibition Guide together with our Beaulieu Souvenir Guidebook for only £5.
See a sample of the exhibition guide here:
With 350 works from over 60 sculptors, there's something to suit all tastes and styles. These are just a few of our favourites.
Tribute to the horse
Featuring a full-size bronze horse by world-renowned contemporary sculptor Heather Jansch, the theme of this special display was chosen to celebrate Beaulieu's setting in the heart of the New Forest.
Standing at 11ft high, Richard Cresswell's kinetic stainless steel Spitfire can be seen turning in the wind.
Jilly Sutton's striking, hollowed out heads are carved from a single piece of wood and mounted on slate.
A full-size bronze Icarus figure by Nicola Godden, whose work graced the Olympic Village in London.