Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Artdejardin sculpture garden, Wing





After seeing Wing maze and having lunch at the King's Arms, I visited Artdejardin. The leaflet I picked up there describes it thus:
Artdejardin is the strikingly beautiful garden based in the the picturesque Rutland village of Wing. There are over six beautiful acres of garden, woodland and meadow ... incorporating breathtaking sculptures that reflect and heighten natures finest creations.
The six acres are split between garden, meadow and woodland. Half the fun of the place is the excitement of seeing what is around the next corner, but the garden's website has a list of the artists whose work is on display.

The only disappointment is that you cannot get a cup of tea there. But it seems they do teas in the village hall on Sundays, and Wing Hall, with its cafe and farm shop, is only just outside the village.

2 comments:

Martin Brookes said...

Next year if I receive an invitation for the Sunday launch I will send it to you. free nibble and drink, I could not give it away this yea no one wanted to go?

Wartime Housewife said...

Absolutely love that statue...