You really have to visit this place with your tongue firmly in your cheek!! A fantastic treasure trail through woodland looking at some very amusing sculpture. We had a great afternoon ... using the map they give you to play a guessing game of the price as we went around (What would they do if they took away public funding/corporate receptions.
It is looking a little tired in places.....the 'outdoor room' sculpture of perspex and wood more expensive than a house and poorer quality than any high street garden shed!!!!
We had a fantastic afternoon tea of scones in the tea rooms a really nice feeling there (fantastic staff who looked like they were volunteers, they were that cheerful!), home baked produce at a very reasonable price. The tea room itself is a 1960's school gym in the middle of woodland , bizarre but oddly nice! We had great fun watching an uptight art graduate showing off her exhibit which was placed in the tea rooms being climbed all over by a toddler, it was hexagonal building blocks....what did she expect.........she was not impressed and told the mother so......
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