Run wild at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
We’re so pleased that Yorkshire Sculpture Park is back open, and it’s a great place to visit this summer with children. It’s outdoors, there are some amazing sculptures on display (especially the new Joana Vasconcelos exhibition) and the safety measures are incredible.
What to expect from your visit to Yorkshire Sculpture Park
– All visitors will need to book a ticket in advance so that we can manage numbers, comply with NHS track and trace, and to raise vital funds at this difficult time.
– Tickets cost £6 per person (children are free). A ticket gives access to the Underground Gallery, open air galleries and YSP grounds, and includes parking. If you have a parking permit you do not have to pay for your ticket but you still need to book. All tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Please make sure the details on your booking are correct.
– Please only arrive in your allocated time slot. Once at YSP you can stay until the end of the day if you wish. Please bring your ticket and keep it with you during your visit, either on a phone or printed. They will be checking tickets across the grounds.
– Face coverings must be worn indoors.
10.00–18.00 Parkland and Formal Gardens
10.00–17.00 Underground Gallery
10.00–17.00 Upper Space
10.00–17.00 Information Point at the YSP Centre
10.00–17.00 Takeaway food and drink from YSP Learning Cafe, Visitor Centre Cafe and The Kitchen
10.00–17.00 YSP Centre Shop
10.00–17.00 Toilets at YSP Centre, YSP Learning, Bothy Garden
18.00 Gates locked