Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park

Are you a fan of art and or Sculptures? If so then Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park is the place for you! Nestled inside the Kyles of Bute on Argyll’s secret coast, you will struggle to find a more picturesque spot in this area! This beautiful 20-acre site was established by Karen Scotland and Anne Edmonds back in 2012, and their aim is to showcase contemporary Scottish Sculpture and art. The site is scattered with natural woodland, landscaped gardens and natural formations leading down onto this spectacular beach.

Where can I find Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park?

From Glasgow, you can take the train to Greenock from Glasgow Central station. Then take the ferry to McInroy's point, then head towards Colintraive.

The park has regular exhibitions throughout the year, with work from artists like David Cohen, David Collins and Ian Cook. They also have in house and residence artists like Linda Johns. The park is usually only open in the summer months 23rd of May until the 30th of September. The park is open from 11am to 6pm, and admission for adults is £5.

  • Parking.
  • Wheelchair access.
  • Cafe.

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