When is Jupiter Artland open?
For the first time ever, Jupiter Artland is open in April! As a special thank you to our members, we are offering exclusive access to Jupiter Artland for local members on Easter Weekend from Thursday 1 April to Sunday 4 April inclusive. Pre-booking your timeslot is essential, book here.
From Monday 5 April, Jupiter Artland will be open to the general public via pre-booked timeslots available to purchase here.
What can I see when I visit in April?
Visitors to Jupiter Artland in April can enjoy all outdoor areas, including the award-winning collection of permanent artworks. Please note, to enable social distancing, some routes may be temporarily closed off and access to some enclosed artworks may be restricted. A take-away service will be available from the Silverstreak Café and ‘click and collect’ from the Jupiter shop. The indoor galleries, indoor restaurant and indoor shop will remain closed.
Will there be temporary exhibitions at Jupiter?
This summer, we are thrilled to unveil a new permanent commission by Scottish multi-award-winning artist Rachel Maclean, accompanied by a solo exhibition in our galleries spanning her career to date. Indoor exhibitions will open in-line with government guidelines, once formally published later this month. As always, entry to our exhibitions and new commissions is free and included in your entry ticket. Further announcements of our Artistic Programme for 2021 will be released soon, so do sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know!
What else is happening?
Tracey Emin’s solo exhibition for Jupiter Artland will now take place in 2022, accompanied by a new permanent artwork by this preeminent artist, sited in relation to the Scottish landscape. Find out more about Tracey Emin’s work here (link to RA show)
I have tickets for the Scottish Garden Scheme. What do I need to know?
For the first time, the private gardens at Bonnington House will be on show as part of Scotland’s Garden Scheme on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 April 2021. This special weekend is a fundraiser in aid of the Motor Neuron Disease Association and Prostate Scotland. Book your tickets here.