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New Art Centre
Roche Court
East Winterslow

T: +44 (0)1980 862244
F: +44 (0)1980 862447

4 November 2020:

Further to the recent government announcement regarding the tightening of Covid-19 restrictions, we can confirm that Roche Court Sculpture Park remains open by appointment, Monday - Saturday, 11am - 4pm.

We believe in the importance of providing outdoor space during this time and are lucky enough to be able to offer the Sculpture Park for people to enjoy a peaceful experience in the open air, with over eighty sculptures in more than sixty acres of parkland.

Edmund de Waal's current solo exhibition tacet - situated in our award-winning glass-fronted Gallery - is viewable in its entirety from the park. Designed by the architect, Stephen Marshall, the Gallery was originally conceived so that artworks within could be enjoyed from the outside.

The main space of our Design House currently dedicated to Jacqueline Poncelet is also viewable from the gardens.

All indoor spaces will be closed.

Booking is essential. You can book a visit with members of your household or support bubble or meet one person who is not in your household or support bubble.

Please email with your booking request, including the number of people, the time you wish to arrive and your contact number.

Visitor safety and wellbeing is of paramount importance to us and we will continue to review our position in line with government guidance. Please check here for updates.


Whilst access to the park is free, we have a donation box for Roche Court Educational Trust. Your donations are gratefully received.

Please read the following notes in advance of your arrival with us:

  • Please follow social distancing and government guidelines at all times

  • All indoor spaces will be closed

  • Children must be supervised by an adult

  • There is limited disabled access, please contact us prior to your visit for further information

  • Please do not climb or touch the sculptures

  • Parking is free

  • We ask that you do not bring dogs with you, they will not be allowed access to the park

  • We do not have café facilities and picnics are not allowed

  • Photography of the house is not permitted

  • No smoking

  • There are lavatory facilities available

  • There are areas of uneven ground, we ask that you wear sensible footwear and behave sensibly



    Sat Nav: SP5 1BG


    From London & Heathrow
    A mere 90 minutes from London, head straight down the M3. Take exit 8 towards Andover and Stockbridge on the A303
    Continue through Stockbridge on the A30 towards Salisbury
    After 7 miles, turn left (Lopcombe Corner) and take the next left, signposted Roche Court and East Winterslow. Follow the lane to the top where you will find another sign directing you into the park

    From Salisbury
    We are twenty minutes away from Salisbury. Take the A30 out of Salisbury towards London (ignore the signs to the Winterslows)
    After approximately 7 miles pass a traffic light junction, go up the hill and then after the brow turn right signposted Roche Court and East Winterslow
    Follow the lane to the top where you will find another sign showing you into the park

    The gates will open automatically
    After parking please come to the front of the house where we will greet you and provide you with maps and any further information

    The New Art Centre has a designated car park clearly signposted

    The gallery is 7 miles from Grateley train station which runs regular services to and from London Waterloo (approximately 1 ¼ hours). There are also regular services to Salisbury and Andover where there are taxis available. If you can book in advance call Chantry Cars, on 07885 379590. Buses run from Salisbury to Winterslow, which is approximately a 30 minute walk to Roche Court

    For train timetable information go to:
    08457 48 49 50

    BY AIR
    Private planes can use the facility at Southampton airport, 40 minutes by car from Roche Court
    Helicopters can land in the park at Roche Court with advance notice