Explore Salisbury International Arts Festival’s award-winning sculpture series, created by Charlotte Moreton and apprentices from QinetiQ, Boscombe Down. In March 2013, Bladehenge joined the Red Kite, the White Horse, the River Avon, the Mallow and the Dragonfly at Solstice Park, Amesbury.
Click here for a PDF map of the six installed sculptures.
There is open access on foot to all the sculptures except the Mallow, which can be viewed from a distance from Equinox Drive. Wheelchair users should also note that there may be bollards across roads leading to the White Horse which may restrict access.
Directions from Salisbury to Solstice Park SP4 7SQ: Take the A345 to Amesbury. Follow the yellow signs to Amesbury, Solstice Park (approximately 7 miles). At Solstice Park, follow signs to Solstice Park Services. For Sat Nav: SP4 7SQ will take you to the Solstice Park Services area, close to the Dragonfly and the White Horse
Click here for artist Charlotte Moreton's website
Click here project partner QinetiQ's website
More about the Qinetiq project