Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden

Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden

  • Internationally renowned Sculptor
  • Located in the centre of St Ives
  • Family trails
  • Open Daily

Visiting the Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden gives a remarkable insight into one of the twentieth century’s most important sculptors. Sculptures in bronze, stone and wood are on display, with paintings, drawings and archive material. The subtropical garden was an essential part of Hepworth’s creative process and she made many of her most famous works there. On her death in 1975 it became a permanent setting to exhibit her works. Since 1980 Tate has managed both studio and garden.

Gravel paths lead you in between exotic plantings to her workshop. There is a raised pond and there are glimpses of the sea.Barbara Hepworth was one of the Nation´s greatest craftsmen and more of her works can be seen at the Tate Gallery in St Ives.

Admission to Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture GardenAdult £4.75 £8.75 Joint ticket with Tate St Ives Concessions £2.75 £4.50 Joint ticket with Tate St Ives 60s and over concession rate

Free Admission to Members, 18s & under

Photo Credits:

View of Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden in summer with Four Square (Walk Through), 1966© Bowness, Hepworth Estate Photo © Bob Berry

View of Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden with Torso II (Torcello), 1958© Bowness, the Hepworth EstatePhoto © Tate

View of Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden in summer © Bowness, the Hepworth EstatePhoto © Bob Berry

View of Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden in spring with sculpture:Barbara HepworthSpring, 1966Bronze85 x 57 x 53 cmTate© Bowness, the Hepworth EstatePhoto: © Tate 2007

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