- Telephone 01506 889900
- Opening times May 16–Sep 27: Thu–Sun 10am–5pm; closed Mon–Wed.
- Seasonal times Open every day in Jul & Aug.
- Admission Adult £8.50; Children (6–16) £6.50; Family (2 adults/2 children) £23.50; Family (2 adults/4 children) £31.50; Seniors £6; Students £4; under 6s free.
- Website www.jupiterartland.org
Located in the 80-acre grounds of Bonnington House, just outside Edinburgh, Jupiter Artland is an outdoor sculpture park featuring major works specially commissioned from leading sculptors and land artists who have worked on-site to create a strong relationship with their surrounding environment. The artists include Turner prize nominees Nathan Coley and Jim Lambie, as well as Anish Kapoor, Anthony Gormley and Andy Goldsworthy. The sculpture park opens during the summer months, and places a strong emphasis on education, with links to local primary and secondary schools and a programme of activities for school visits including workshops in a variety of artistic disciplines including sculpture, mosaics, photography and dance.
- Provides: Free wi-fi
Events at this venue
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The Jupiter Artland Minecraft Experience
What happened to the magical creatures who used to live in Jupiter Artland? Use a mobile application to find them, discover why they are hiding and why they can't get back to the Minecraft dimension, then solve the clues and find the treasure! This is a unique opportunity to explore a one-of-a-kind Minecraft environment…
Liz Magic Laser: Primal Speech
The artist assembled a group of actors with opposing political convictions about Brexit and the 2016 US election and put them in a futuristic version of a primal scream room.
Marco Giordano: Self-Fulfilling Ego
Sculptures which emit a mist of water when people come near them.
Sculptural works by German artist: 1:43-47 (2012), Brenner (2017) and Traenen (2015).
Pester & Rossi: Lunarnova Campout
Camp overnight in the park with Pester & Rossi, in an event focused on finding hope in the dark. Food is provided but you will need to bring your own tent.
Reviews & features
Interview: Christian Boltanski – 'Everybody is so important, so unique, and yet at the same time so fragile'4 Aug 2016
Artist discusses his new permanent work at Jupiter Artland
Low wooden steps are placed under the aperture through which we can watch Christian Boltanski's Theatre d'ombres at Jupiter Artland. Children and toddlers clamber up and peer inside, delighted by the spectacle of dancing demons and ghouls projected into…
Artists in Wonderland: an oasis of artistic calm in West Lothian, Jupiter Artland continues to thrive and excite6 Jul 2016
Co-creator and curator Nicky Wilson explains why this labour of love is an exhibition space like no other
As the name implies, once you step through the gates of Jupiter Artland, you’re in another world. While Edinburgh’s city centre feels like a constant building site, a half-hour bus ride to West Lothian offers sanctuary of the most imaginative kind. For…
Jupiter Artland spring and summer programme filled with new talent6 May 2015
Edinburgh’s contemporary art park features work from artists including Sara Barker and Tara Donovan
Opening in mid-May, the Jupiter Artland spring and summer programme has become a much-anticipated event on Edinburgh’s calendar of contemporary art events, not least because you know summer has arrived when the place opens. Set in 100 acres of country…
Jupiter Artland opens its season with a new Charles Jencks exhibition25 Apr 2011
The ourdoor 'art park' also features work by Anthony Gormley
You know that spring has sprung when Jupiter Artland opens its doors with a new season – and this year’s artistic bloom looks to be just as exciting as their last. Launching with special exhibition Metaphysical Landscape by landform artist, philosopher…
Jupiter Artland - outdoor work by high-profile contemporary artists23 Jul 2009
‘This isn’t a sculpture park,’ says Robert Wilson, co-director, along with his wife Nicky, of the recently-opened Jupiter Artland. ‘We think of it as something different. That’s why we used the word “artland”, because we want to focus equally on the…