Visit us

There is no sculpture exhibition in 2017.

on form 18 will open to the public on Sunday 10th June 2018, and run until Sunday 8th July 2018.

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Visit us by bike

We are right on the National Cycle Network (57). Plan your route with Cycle.Travel

Visit us by train or bus

Our nearest railway station is either Charlbury, where you can book a taxi to meet you: Bott Taxi 07887 956004; Pete’s Taxis 07854 179 673; Blenheim Taxis 07773 000444; or OPH Taxis

OR Hanborough, where you can pick up the 233 bus from Woodstock to Burford. This has a request stop at the top of our lane, just after Worsham turn. Here is the bus timetable

The S2 bus goes from Oxford to either Witney or Carterton

Visit us by car

Our car park is a field so if the weather is bad be prepared for a bit of mud.

Directions from Banbury

Follow signs to Chipping Norton. From Chipping Norton, take signs to Burford.Continue on the A361 through Shipton-under-Wychwood (where the road bends round to the left) and on to Burford. Drive on up Burford High Street, until you reach the roundabout at the top. Turn left towards Oxford. At the next roundabout, take the left turning, signposted to Minster Lovell. Turn immediately left again, signposted to Asthall. As you drop down into the village, look to your left. You will see an avenue of trees on your left. Turn left down this avenue and follow the signs to the exhibition.

Directions from London

From M40 take Junction 8 (Oxford). Go round Oxford following all signs to Cheltenham. Approximately 20 mins from Oxford on A40, you pass two turnoffs to Witney. Continue another 5-10 minutes, and you come to a big roundabout. Burford and Cheltenham are straight on, but you take the right hand turn to Minster Lovell. Now turn immediately left to Asthall. Come down the lane, and as you approach the village you see an avenue of trees on your left. Turn left down this avenue and follow the signs to the exhibition.