Jupiter Artland is a unique contemporary sculpture park located 12 miles outside of Edinburgh. Founded in 2009 by philanthropist art collectors Robert and Nicky Wilson, Jupiter Artland has grown into one of Scotland's most significant arts organisations. Set over 100 acres of meadow, woodland and five indoor gallery spaces, Jupiter Artland is home to 34 site-specific sculptures from internationally renowned artists, a world-leading learning programme and presents a seasonal programme of exhibitions and events.
Access with steps
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Travel by public transport
Jupiter Artland's reception and shop is a 10 to 15 minute walk from the front gates.
Jupiter Artland is an external sculpture park. Some of the paths are cobbled.
Path to main entrance
Access through the park is via a tarmaced private road and a cedex path through woodland. Depending on recent weather, the surface can be uneven in places. We recommend visitors with limited mobility to call in advance of their visit, and arrive by car when possible.
Getting around inside
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Things to See and Do
Ballroom Gallery and garden
The Ballroom Gallery is accessed via four external steps to the garden, a narrow seedex gravel pathway, a small grassed area and nine external entrance steps to the Ballroom.
The Steadings Gallery is in the Steadings area of Jupiter Artland, which has cobbled walkway and a poured concrete entrance (with a metal floor entry area). There are three internal steps up to part of the gallery space. Lighting and audio depends on the exhibition or event on at time of visiting.
Tin Roof Gallery
The Tin Roof gallery houses temporary exhibitions and events and is accessed via an external metal staircase. Entrance into the gallery is via a doorway, approximately 1000mm wide.
Ticket shop and reception
The ticket shop and reception houses the Jupiter Artland ticket office in the Steadings area.
Getting around outside
Jupiter Artland is a 100 acre sculpture park which is majoritively outside. All of the sculptures are visible from a pathway, but many are located within woodland or on uneven, natural surfaces.
Customer care support
Our app has audio information about each artwork including word from the collectors, the artists and gardeners who have installed the work. The app is downloadable on iphones from the app store it is called jupiterartland. On site you can download it on the cafe’s free wifi.
Wheelchair and mobility scooter users can ask at the ticket shop for access to powerpoints to charge their equipment. This will either be in the marquee or at the Cafe, depending on availability.
Emergency evacuation procedures
Emergency evacuation procedures are in place for all internal spaces and the outdoor grounds.
Customer care support
If advance notice is given, we can provide additional services including quiet space and support staff.