Jupiter Artland is an award-winning contemporary sculpture garden located just outside Edinburgh. Founded in 2009 by philanthropist art collectors Robert and Nicky Wilson, Jupiter Artland has grown into one of Scotland’s most significant arts organisations, with an international reputation for innovation and creativity, in 2016 this was recognised by a nomination for ArtFund’s Museum of the Year. 

Set over 100 acres of meadow, woodland and indoor gallery spaces, Jupiter Artland is home to over 30 permanent and unique site-specific sculptures from artists Phyllida Barlow, Christian Boltanski, Charles Jencks, Anish Kapoor and Antony Gormley, as well as a seasonal programme of carefully curated exhibitions and events from a plethora of artists, both emerging and established.

Beyond its status as ‘museum’ or ‘gallery’, Jupiter seeks to be a more vital institution, one in which education and outreach is at the heart of its ethos; our belief is that art, and its transformative power, is for everyone, and our aim is to engage with every single child in Scotland, by offering free school visits throughout the year.

This site is run by Jupiter Artland

Please go to their website for more information:

Further information

Opening Hours

Wed – Sun (April to September )
10am until 5pm (Last entry 4pm)

It is recommended to check the official website or contact the park directly for the most up-to-date information on opening hours.


Child (4-16)
Child (3 and under)
Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)
Concession (65 AND OVER) tickets
Disabled/Blue Badge Holder tickets
Champagne Afternoon Tea
Afternoon Tea tickets
Student tickets
National Art Pass tickets
Jupiter Artland Member
Carer (of Blue Badge Holder)
Member Dog (With Valid Membership)


Accessible access
Dog friendly
Gift shop
Educational opportunities
Family friendly
Family friendly path
Food and drink
Gender neutral toilets
Venue hire
Landscaped Area

Useful information

Accessibility info

There are paths leading around the entire site, which are suitable for most outdoor wheelchair users. However as they are not tarmac paths they can be susceptible to extreme weather conditions.

Due to the positioning of the artworks, some paths don’t go right up to each artwork but provide a view of each piece (with some exceptions). We suggest sensible footwear is worn in all conditions as some visitors may find some areas difficult to access.

The café and Steadings galleries are both fully wheelchair accessible via a ramp. There is step-free access to the Ballroom Garden via the terrace in the Steadings area and wheelchair access to the Ballroom Gallery via a ramp.

Free touch tours and access for blind and visually impaired groups can be organised through the learning team. For more information, please contact learning@jupiterartland.org

Food and drink

The on-site café at Jupiter Artland provides a range of food and drink options. Visitors can enjoy light refreshments, snacks, and beverages during their visit. It is also permitted to bring picnics and enjoy them in the designated picnic areas.

Visitor centre

Jupiter Artland has a small shop and visitor centre with information about the park, its artworks, guided tours, and other related services. The staff at the visitor centre are available to assist and provide guidance to enhance visitors' experience.


Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted within Jupiter Artland, except for assistance dogs accompanying visitors with disabilities.

Venue hire

Jupiter Artland offers venue hire opportunities for special events, private functions, weddings, and corporate gatherings. Interested individuals or organisations can contact the park directly for more information regarding venue hire and availability.