There are some lovely sculptures at Jupiter and the park is in a beautiful location. My personal favourites were Antony Gormley's "firmament", set in a corner of the park with beautiful views over to the Forth rail bridge and out towards West Lothian, and " weeping girls" by Laura Ford, which was very moving and creepy. I also really liked "the light pours out of me", which is a beautiful amethyst chamber, and "cells of life" by Charles Jencks, where mounds of grass covered earth have been cleverly set beside water to reflect them. I have rated this attraction "very good" but there is a caveat. The cafe desperately needs improvement. There were long queues and our scones and coffee arrived separately and the coffee was lukewarm. Since you are not allowed to bring picnics, they need to sort this out before next year.
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