Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, West Yorkshire

Brace yourself for a day out of the ordinary at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, West Yorkshire

Experience the iconic art of world-renowned artists including Antony Gormley, Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore set in 500 stunning acres.

Situated in the 18th-century Bretton Estate in West Bretton (one mile from junction 38 of the M1), YSP is the leading international centre for modern and contemporary sculpture. It’s as free as it is awesome – you just pay to park your car. Look out for major indoor and open-air exhibitions, ambitious interventions in the landscape and an exciting series of special events in 2019. YSP’s beautiful new light- lled visitor centre, The Weston, also opens on 30 March 2019.


Features & Accessibility

  • Visit England VAQAS
  • Accredited Museum
  • Winter Opening
  • Tearoom
  • Gift Shop
  • Group Visits
  • Dogs welcome on leads (grounds only)
  • Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited mobility
  • Facilities for auditory impairments

Yorkshire Sculpture Park


West Bretton, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF4 4LG

01924 832631


Opening times

Open daily (except 24 and 25 December).


One mile from M1, junction 38.

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