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Gwernesney, Usk

Wyndcliffe Court Sculpture Gardens

Grade II listed formal gardens showcasing contemporary sculptures by local and well-known British artists.

Wyndcliffe Court Gardens are Grade II listed and designed in the Arts and Crafts style. Now opening to the public on a regular basis with free entry, they will showcase contemporary sculptures by local and well-known British artists. The collection will feature hundreds of sculptures in a wide variety of mediums, sizes and styles situated throughout the garden and offering the opportunity to view and purchase beautiful sculpture with an outstanding backdrop.

Wyndcliffe Court Gardens - the sunken garden and summerhouse

The Edwardian gardens feature sculpted topiary, a sunken garden, a summerhouse, walled gardens, fountains, a lily pond and a bowling lawn leading on to wooded walks. Designed by H. Avray Tipping, friend of Gertrude Jekyll and Editor of Country Life magazine, they were completed in 1922 and are probably the best example of their type in Wales.

Wyndcliffe Court Gardens - lilies and roses

Famous for its Alice in Wonderland-like, almost fantasy topiary, it attracted crowds of visitors when last open to the public in 2005 under the National Gardens Scheme. With the addition of a careful mix of well chosen sculptures placed around the garden, it will attract both gardening enthusiasts and art lovers alike.

Some of the sculptures at Wyndcliffe Court

Entrance to the gardens is free, though we invite donations to our chosen charity. All sculptures are for sale. There will be a cafe serving tea, coffee, cakes and light refreshments with indoor and outdoor seating on our terrace/loggia. There is free parking, and toilets. A sculpture guide will be available to collect at the entrance with a map of the gardens listing all of the sculptures and details of their positions and prices.

Wood Nymph by Christine Baxter

We are 5 minutes from Chepstow and Tintern Abbey, and 5 minutes from the M48 Bridge, 20 minutes from Newport, 30 minutes from Bristol and Cardiff, 40 from Gloucester and around 2 hours from London.

The summerhouse at Wyndcliffe Court

Open from May to September, there will be three separate sculpture shows:
Spring Show: Friday 3rd May – Sunday 16th June
Summer Show: Friday 21st June – Sunday 11th August
Autumn Show: Friday 16th August – Sunday 29th September

We are 5 minutes from Chepstow and Tintern Abbey, nestled in the hills above the Wye Valley.

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