Where to see fabulous Sculpture:
     Collection of works by British craftsman and sculptor David Harber to be exhibited at Helmingham Hall Gardens from May to September 2024
The spectacular Grade I listed gardens at Helmingham Hall, Suffolk, will reopen on Wednesday 1st May, five days per week through to 30th September (closed Fridays and Saturdays). 
Throughout the 2024 season, the gardens will host David Harber at Helmingham, a curated collection of large-scale pieces in copper, bronze, stone and steel by one of the UK’s leading garden sculptors. It will be the only public exhibition of his works in the UK this summer.
Each sculpture has been carefully selected by the team at David Harber in collaboration with the Tollemache family at Helmingham Hall to reflect and enhance specific areas of the gardens.
Helmingham Hall Gardens are open seasonally from May to September, five days per week Sunday through Thursday including Bank Holidays from 10am to 5pm.
Grade 1 listed and redeveloped over 40 years by Chelsea Gold Medal winner Xa Tollemache, the gardens include a parterre, walled kitchen garden, ancient Apple Walk, two rose gardens, topiary, wildflower and woodland gardens and a variety of borders planted to bloom across the full opening period.
Wright’s Café is open alongside the Gardens, as well as the Shop. Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome.

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