Yorkshire Sculpture Park

West Yorkshire, WF4 4LG

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Winner of Museum of the Year 2014, YSP is an international centre for modern and contemporary art inspired by the natural beauty of the historic 18th-century Bretton Estate.

Discover more than 60 sculptures in the open air by internationally acclaimed artists, including Elisabeth Frink, Andy Goldsworthy, Henry Moore and James Turrell. With a vibrant programme of temporary exhibitions, dynamic events and activities, and pioneering education and community work, each season offers something new to discover.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park was awarded the Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year 2014 for its bold artistic vision, consistently delivered at the highest level.

10% off shop purchases

Valid to 1 December 2018

Housed in the award-winning YSP Centre, which won the Northern Design Award for Best Independent Retailer in 2012, the Yorkshire Sculpture Park shop plays host to a great range of gifts. Contemporary craft, art and design books and locally sourced food sit alongside children’s toys and a wide range of gardening items. Collaborations with a number of individual artists are also available for purchase and include Rob Ryan, the London-based artist who produces breathtakingly delicate paper cuts and beautiful screen prints, Sheffield-based master metalworker, David Mellor Design and German-based furniture manufactures, Vitra, who produce classic furniture by Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.

Art we’ve helped buy at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Make sure you see Roger Hiorns' sensational sculpture Seizure, 2008/2013, bought for the Arts Council Collection with help from Art Fund. Hiorns pumped 75,000 litres of liquid copper sulphate into a former council flat, which crystallised over the walls, floor, ceiling and bath, transforming it into a glittering crystal landscape. Facing demolition, the 31-tonne sculpture was extracted from its original location in 2011 and transported to a permanent home at YSP.

The park is also home to the first work ever commissioned by Art Fund, James Turrell's Deer Shelter Skyspace. A large square chamber with an aperture cut into the roof, it offers a heightened vision of the sky – giving the appearance of a trompe l'oeil painting. His work does not disturb the tranquility of the site, but creates a place of contemplation and revelation, harnessing the changing light of the Yorkshire landscape. The commission used money set aside to celebrate Art Fund's centenary.

Venue information

Opening times


Daily, 10am – 6pm


Daily, 10am – 5pm

Closed 24 – 25 Dec

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