Sites with Current use: Cultural events/ display
England , St Ives
The Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden is a small garden which features the work of Dame Barbara Hepworth.
England , Hastings
Battle Abbey has 19th-century parkland on part of the medieval abbey's 'Great Park'. The park occupies the site of the Battle of Hastings (1066), with gardens in the vicinity of the abbey. The site now boasts a large visitor centre focusing on the battle.
England , Wakefield
Bretton Hall is in a landscape park, with pleasure grounds and formal gardens. Part of the grounds now forms the setting for the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
England , Greater London
Champion Wharf Sculpture Park is a small walled sculpture court previously called Wharf Garden, consisting of a largely paved terrace with balustrade to the river, with some planting in raised beds of heathers and shrubs. The abstract sculptures are works by Guy Rushworth-Harden and Mike Jensen based at Eel Pie Island Boatyard. The site is maintained as part of York House Gardens to which there is access to via a gate in the wall to the west of the sculpture court.
England , Appleby-in-Westmorland
The Image Garden is a small (0.25 hectares) enclosed 19th-century terrace garden with sculptures.
England , Romsey
In 1990 the land to the rear of King John's House was purchased by Test Valley Council and work began on the gardens. The gardens have various areas of focus, one being a garden of plants dating from before 1700 and another being a late-19th-century garden.
England , Liverpool
Knowsley Hall is situated within a landscape park designed by Lancelot Brown, with gardens near the Hall. The immediate estate covers about 1000 hectares (950 hectares registered). Part of the grounds are laid out as a Safari Park which is open to the public.
England , Chalfont St. Giles
Newland Park is a 17th-century country estate which is now an open air museum.