Sculpture at Kingham Lodge is a fabulous day out with hundreds of sculptures displayed across 5 acres of beautiful gardens in the heart of the Cotswolds. Sculpture at Kingham Lodge has hosted a charitable sculpture exhibition biennially since 2012 welcoming thousands of visitors and raising over £80,000 for Helen & Douglas House and other charities.
Artists are local, national and international including Zimbabwean stone sculptures from a cooperative we support and exhibits from local school children where we promote art in education. Prices range from £10 to £20,000 so there is something for everyone.
This exhibition is free to enter but donations are welcome and with profits from our wonderful pop-up cafe make up a large part of our charitable donations. Toilets are available and dogs are welcome on a lead. Disabled parking is available at the entrance to Kingham Lodge, all other parking is in a field nearby. Please do not park in the village as this causes congestion for our neighbours. There is a children’s sculpture trail, with prizes!
Proceeds from the exhibition are split between Helen & Douglas House and other charities that help sculptors or the promotion of art and sculpture in schools and elsewhere.
Please support them and their community by parking in the marked car parks and not in the street. Thank you for your cooperation.