Victoria’s Way Indian Sculpture Park

An eccentric garden of Indian sculptures in the green of Ireland dedicated to Alan Turing


The unusual spiritual visions of an Irishman were created in stone by craftsmen in Mahabalipuram, India, and now populate a sculpture park in County Wicklow, Ireland.

Covering 22 acres, the park includes a series of dancing figures of Ganesh, Shiva, and other Hindu deities. It also includes more bizarre sculptures of a skeletal Buddha-like figure, an enormous disembodied finger, and a sculpture called "The Split Man" which shows a figure ripping itself in two, representing "the mental state of the dysfunctional human."

Intended to represent the spiritual progression to enlightenment, this collection of 14 statues took 20 years to complete.

  • Hours
    May 1st to August 31st , 12.30 p.m. to 18.00 p.m.
  • Website
  • Address
    Wicklow, Ireland
  • Cost
    Euro 2.50 per person (over 12)
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From Dublin take the N11 south towards Wicklow. Turn right at Kilmacanogue towards Glendalough. After about 7 miles turn right towards Sally Gap (Route 759) At the first crossroad (after 600 yards) turn left towards Roundwood. You’ll find the Indian Sculpture Park @ Victoria's Way, 300 yards up the road on the left.
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