Yorkshire Sculpture Park
OS grid reference- SE 282 131
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is situated in the parkland of eighteenth century Bretton Hall near the village of West Bretton. It is an open-air gallery displaying work by British and international artists, more than 60 sculptures stand in the park including works by Henry Moore, Elisabeth Frink, Andy Goldsworthy, James Turrell and Barbara Hepworth. The park's collection of works by Moore is one of the largest open-air displays of his bronzes in Europe.
Follies, landscape features and architectural structures from the eighteenth century are dotted around the park include the deer park and deer shelter an ice house, and a camellia house. Recent additions include an underground gallery space in the Bothy garden, and exhibition spaces at Longside, the hillside facing the original park.
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park was awarded the Art Fund prize of Museum of the Year in 2014.