Panorama showing the view over the North Lake and the Rainbow Lake at Pallington Lakes in Dorset. The lakes are the setting for Sculptures by the Lakes, showing over 30 beautiful sculptures by Simon Gudgeon. This panorama shows the Bird of Happiness and Time to Reflect (found in the North Lake). The picture was taken in April 2015
Sculpture by the Lakes - Dorchester visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Sculpture by the Lakes' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Dorset.
Sculptures by the Lakes is found at Pallington Lakes, a short distance from Dorchester. The lakes combine the sculpting work of Simon Gudgeon and the gardening vision of his wife, Monique. This has generated a combination of modern garden and natural habitat boundaried by the River Frome.
The gardens are open to the public (entrance fees apply) and all the works are available to buy. Children under 14 and dogs are not allowed.
Sculptures by the Lakes
Road: Pallington Lakes are half a mile east of the village of Tincleton, about 8 miles East of Dorchester.
Train: Take the train from Dorchester to Moreton Station, which is 2 miles from Pallington Lakes