Set in and around Bretton Hall in Wakefield, the Yorkshire sculpture park is 500 acres of woodland devoted to the exhibition of outdoor art.
While famous artists such as Damien Hirst and Robert Indiana have artworks on the stunning grounds, the artworks of Daniel Arsham also catch the eye.
Based on the premise of his works being “Future relics,” these faded copper structures also contain crystalline elements that show the decay of the future.
Currently, there are six sculptures on display including more modern pieces such as Pikachu and Neil Armstrong.
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The park is £9 per person on entry and contains several indoor exhibits as well as the vast grounds.