Sculpture in the Garden

International Sculpture Show on hold

The University of Leicester is reviewing its public engagement activities and as a result will not be hosting the International Sculpture Show this year. The University is aware that the show had become a regular feature in the arts calendar and appreciates that this will be a disappointment to many. Nevertheless, the University is committed to providing a wealth of public engagement activities, and the recently opened gallery extension in the Attenborough Arts Centre (formerly Embrace Arts) is an exciting example that provides one of the largest spaces dedicated to contemporary art in the East Midlands.

The University has a number of permanent sculptures available for viewing within the Botanic Garden. A short guide to them and the artists who created them is available to download.

There are also many sculptures scattered across the main University campus, all of which can be enjoyed by the public. A map showing location of sculptures is available here.

Future events will be advertised on both the University and the Botanic Garden websites.

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Visitors' entrance

The visitor entrance to the Botanic Garden is on Glebe Road, Oadby LE2 2LD. Parking is on Glebe Road.

Contact us

Correspondence address:
University of Leicester Botanic Garden,
University Road,
Leicester, LE1 7RH

Botanic Garden office phone: 0116 271 2933
(Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
botanicgarden@le.ac.uk

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Accessibility

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The University of Leicester is committed to equal access to our facilities. DisabledGo has a detailed accessibility guide for the Botanic Garden.

Café in the Garden

Café in the Garden 2017

We regret that the University Catering Dept. will be not be providing a café in the Botanic Garden this summer.

However, we will be offering refreshments at some of our special events. For details see our events calendar on our website.

Sculpture exhibition

Please note that there will not be a University sculpture exhibition in the Botanic Garden in 2017.