The best places to see sculptures around the world, from stunning beachside trails to giant dragons rising up out of the desert sands, and from serene city art gardens to surreal sculpture parks.
From colourful, quirky sculpture parks to classical gardens adorned with ancient gods carved in marble, here’s our guide to the best sculpture parks in Europe.
The Sculpture Park in a magical woodland setting in the village of Churt, near Farnham, Surrey, makes a wonderful day out for young and old alike.
The Ravenna Mosaics in Emilia Romagna, in the north-east of Italy, are among the most beautiful things I have ever seen. Small wonder these unique early Christian monuments are all listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A few years ago, I was lucky enough to visit four of the eight UNESCO sites, in Ravenna, with the Emilia-Romagna tourist board.
From online tutorials to in-person workshops in Japan and the UK, check out our guide to traditional Japanese arts and crafts.