Jupiter Artland is a unique contemporary sculpture park located 12 miles outside of Edinburgh.
Founded in 2009 by philanthropist art collectors Robert and Nicky Wilson, Jupiter Artland has grown into one of Scotland’s most significant arts organisations and was nominated for ArtFund’s Museum of the Year in 2016. Set over 120 acres of meadow, woodland and five indoor gallery spaces, Jupiter Artland is home to 33 site-specific sculptures from internationally renowned artists, a world-leading learning programme, and presents a seasonal programme of exhibitions and events.
Jupiter Artland from Visit West Lothian on Vimeo.
In 2016, Jupiter Artland were nominated for museum of the year. They produced an excellent video showcasing the art and sculptures there.
Travelling by car
Travelling to Jupiter is easy and we're only 25 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh. If you are using satellite navigation, be warned you will end up in the middle of a field upsetting our very patient neighbours.
PLEASE do follow our instructions on the internet, there is only one entrance to Jupiter and that is via the B7015
Click here to see directions
Travelling by bus
There is a direct bus from central Edinburgh and the journey takes 35 minutes. The number 27 and X27 First bus leaves from Edinburgh (Regent Rd) or from Dalry Road, Haymarket.
After you have gone through Wilkieston the bus will take a right hand turn onto the B7015 to East Calder. Twenty yards after the turn onto the B7015 the gates to Jupiter Artland are on the right after Ashbank House.
The bus driver will stop at a bus stop called Coxydene/Jupiter Artland 50 yards further on. They have gone too far if they get to Camps industrial estate.
Click here for bus timetables