Sudeley Castle & Gardens CoExistence Attraction The animals went two by two: An ark full of camels, crocodiles and elephants have arrived at Sudeley Castle & Gardens to spread a peaceful
Sudeley Castle & Gardens CoExistence Attraction
The animals went two by two: An ark full of camels, crocodiles and elephants have arrived at Sudeley Castle & Gardens to spread a peaceful message of coexistence with the natural world
The CoExistence attraction celebrates creatures great and small and spreads both a universal and local message of peaceful coexistence with nature. Visitors will encounter a safari trail of iconic life-size animal sculptures made from flowers, grasses and plants, from all corners of the world as they explore the castle ground. Walk amongst a life-sized herd of elephants and follow the trail to discover a pair of rhino nibbling the lawn, kangaroos hiding in ancient yew hedges, and orangutans relaxing beneath trees – plus many more animals across the castle grounds. How many will you spot?
CoExistence at Sudeley is the latest chapter in a story that began during the pandemic when a giant herd of elephant sculptures started a global migration from Sudeley. This year, ten returning elephants are joined by a two-by-two procession of our best-loved and iconic animals from all over the world. Each new creation is beautifully made in natural materials such as pampas grass, bark and flowers by All for Love London, a leading, internationally known florist.
Sudeley Castle is open daily until 30 October 2022.
Entry to see CoExistence is included with standard admission.
March 14 (Monday) - October 30 (Sunday)