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Newnham Paddox Art Park, Monks Kirby, Warwickshire

Newnham Paddox Art Park
Newnham Paddox House
Newnham Paddox

Monks Kirby
Warwickshire

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Our primary aim at Newnham Paddox Art Park is to encourage people to take time to enjoy what nature offers and to enjoy sculpture in an inspirational setting. Capability Brown landscaped the lakes and gardens between 1745-1753 and today our park possesses the beauty that only a mature landscape can. The trees in leaf blend green, yellow and copper tones while on the ground dazzling displays of daffodils, bluebells, rhododendrons and water lilies succeed one another with the seasons.

The 30-acre lakeside area is an open-air art gallery where we present up to 100 fine modern works of sculpture in contemporary and classical styles. We welcome anyone wishing to enjoy the aboriculture and wildlife in the garden as warmly as we welcome those who wish to view or buy works of art.

Private and corporate clients may book the garden or other areas for spring and summer weddings and other events.

Signposted from A5 Magna Park roundabout and from the villages of Monks Kirby and Willey

Details

Months Open: 1st May 17th October, Thurs - Sun, 10 - 6
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: 4
Concessions: 3
Children (5 - 16): 1
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Picnic Teas and Coffees to be taken on walk

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