13 stunningly strange sculptures that will mesmerise your kids

Amy Hopkins
8th April 2016
At it’s best family travel is all about seeing the kids’ faces light up with wonder. Namrata Bhawnani shares the world’s most brilliantly weird sculptures, some of which are right here in the UK. What will your little explorers make of them?

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1/13 Mud Maid, Cornwall, UK

In the Lost Gardens of Heligans, stumble across surprises in the Lost Valley & Ancient Woodlands. The iconic sculptures include the Giant’s Head, Mud Maid and Grey Lady and can be found on the sheltered Woodland Walk. The sculptures are wonderfully integrated into the natural landscape, created 200 years ago for the Tremayne family. A stroll in the gorgeous gardens (the largest restoration project in Europe) spread over 200 acres is a real treat for the family.

Price: Tickets cost £13.50

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