Cheeseburn Sculpture is a fantastic new destination for contemporary art in the North East of England. Each summer our programme features three curated gallery exhibitions and new sculpture and sound installations throughout the gardens.     

Cheeseburn Sculpture is now closed for the winter and we are looking forward to welcoming visitors to our open days in 2018.

We are planning 6 fantastic open weekends in 2018 where we will be open 11am to 4pm on:    May 19th/20th   & 26th/27th/28th,    June 30th/July 1st & 7th/8th,   August 25th/26th/27th & September 1st/2nd

Cheeseburn  can also be visited by appointment and group visits can be arranged throughout the year.

(Please note, some parts of the gardens at Cheeseburn may be difficult to access for people with limited mobility and our gallery is on the first floor of the Stables building.    Cheeseburn is unable to  allow  dogs due to the sheep in the surrounding  farmland).
Cheeseburn  supports artists projects and provides a showcase for sculpture, sound and educational projects with a unique atmosphere where people can encounter the work of new and established artists in the setting of the historic architecture and gardens of Cheeseburn Grange, Northumberland.        
                                                                                       Joanna Riddell and Matthew Jarratt