The Sculpture Trail contains slopes (some steep), and uneven terrain (loose stone surface paths and narrow unsurfaced paths). This does mean certain areas are unsuitable for many pushchairs and wheelchairs. A number of pedestrian gates will be encountered along the trail.
The Speech House Woodlands car park allows closer access to the sculptures found at the end of the Trail (15 & 16) and these are our most easily accessible works currently.
We recommend downloading our audio guide which describes all our sculptures before you begin the Trail.
The majority of our sculptures are found on the ground and can be touched.
We welcome feedback to continue to improve accessibility. You can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information can be found by visiting Forestry England’s Beechenhurst website where you will be able to find details on parking and the facilities available on site.