Plan your visit

Fresh Air Sculpture 2024 takes place from Sunday 16th June to Sunday 7th July 2024 at The Old Rectory, Quenington, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 5BN.

The show is open 10am-5pm daily including Sundays.

We recommend that you book tickets in advance online and these will be available from February 2024. 

Tickets can also be bought at the gate on your arrival.

Admission is £10 for adults, children 18 years and under free. 

A printed colour catalogue of the show featuring all exhibitors will be available for £5. 

Fresh Air Sculpture takes place in over 4 acres of manicured gardens known for nooks and crannies and hidden surprises. Please allow at least 2 hours to explore. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome.

Refreshments at Fresh Air Sculpture

We are delighted that The Gilbertine Kitchen will be running the refreshments tent during the show. Hot and cold drinks (alternative milks available), light lunches, cakes and snacks will all be available.

We look forward to welcoming Sarah and her team to Fresh Air Sculpture and to sampling their wares.

Quenington is a small village on the River Coln, 8 miles east of Cirencester and 2 miles north of Fairford. The Old Rectory is situated down the hill from the village green, opposite St Swithins, the village church.

Free parking is available on the village green. We would ask that visitors to the show respect our neighbours and park on the green. Please do not park on the roads through the village.

Fresh Air Sculpture is accessible to wheelchair users. Disabled parking is available on the gravel area in front of the house. Please ask our gate staff for any assistance on arrival or throughout the show. We accompany wheelchair users around a short stretch of road through a wide gate in order to access the lawns and sculpture on the far side of the River Coln.

The nearest train stations to Quenington are Kemble (13 miles) and Swindon (19 miles).

Buses (76 and 77) run to and from Cirencester.

Taxis can be arranged through First Taxi.