Group Visits

We offer interactive tours of the Sculpture Park and current exhibitions for schools, colleges, universities and other groups. Designed to meet the specific needs and interests of individual groups, tours are appropriate for all ages and levels of knowledge.

“We all greatly enjoyed and benefited from our trip to Roche Court. The analysis of the artworks was in depth and made relevant to the pupils and the activities in response to the sculptures were also dynamic and fun, as proven by some of the excellent results from the pupils.

I asked my team if anything could be done better and the unanimous response was, they wished we could have had longer there – so we could not fault it, which is testament to the team at Roche Court, who were all clearly engaged in the arts and very experienced.”

Head of Art, West London Free School

A personal approach

Tours are led by our enthusiastic and expert educators who have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of modern and contemporary art. Visits are designed to support your learning objectives and curriculum aims, and access and other needs will be considered. Interpretation of the sculptures can be adapted for SEN visitors, for example through multi-sensory materials and Makaton.

A unique space to look and think

The artworks at New Art Centre and Roche Court Sculpture Park are displayed in a number of outdoor and indoor spaces including the Sculpture Park, Gallery, Design House and Artists House. The New Art Centre exhibits over 60 internationally renowned and emerging artists, showing a changing programme of artwork from 1950 to the present day. Major exhibitions have included work by Barbara Hepworth, Richard Long, Michael Craig-Martin, Anthony Caro and Antony Gormley.

All group visits must be booked in advance and there is a fee per head. The Roche Court Educational Trust is a charity and ensures costs are as affordable as possible – all rates are subsidised by the Trust.

The fee includes fully facilitated tours, use of education room and picnic area, clipboards and drawing materials. 

Find out more about costs and details of our different tours:

To enquire or to organise a visit, please contact Holly Dennison, Learning Participation Manager.

E: [email protected] 

T: 01980 862802

A proforma risk assessment is available on request, but please note that all groups are responsible for completing their own risk assessment.

Although every effort is taken to ensure visitors safety no responsibility can be accepted for any accident or loss by the Roche Court Educational Trust or the New Art Centre.