Frequently Asked Questions

Can I buy tickets on the gate?
Yes, you can pay for entry at the gate using cash or card. There may be a queue during busy periods.

How long should we allow for our visit?
We would recommend a minimum of 2 hours to take everything in, but you could easily spend a whole morning or afternoon.

Where do I park?
Please follow the AA road signs to the show, which will direct you to the village green where you can park. At weekends there will be volunteers directing parking. Please avoid parking on the roads around Quenington.

Do you have disabled parking?
We have a limited number of disabled parking spaces on the gravel driveway in front of the house.

Can we bring a picnic?
Unfortunately we are unable to allow people to consume food or drink that has not been purchased on site. The exception to this rule is personal water bottles.

Can I bring my dog?
We are happy to welcome well-behaved dogs on leads into the exhibition, although not into the Pool House Gallery.

How accessible is the show?
Fresh Air Sculpture is accessible to wheelchair and mobility scooter users. Please ask our gate staff for any assistance on arrival or thoughout the show. As wheelchairs and mobility scooters cannot use the bridge over the river, we can direct and accompany you around a short stretch of road to access the rest of the show through a wide side gate.

Is there public transport to the show?
There is only a very limited bus service to Quenington, so we do not recommend this for travel to the show. There are more regular bus services to Cirencester and trains to Kemble, from where you can travel to Quenington by taxi.