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Update 20 July 2021

We are thrilled to welcome visitors back to indoor areas of YSP, as well as the 500 acres of historic landscape. Visitor and staff safety remains paramount. At YSP we have listened to staff and visitor feedback and therefore although restrictions are no longer mandatory at YSP we will be maintaining respect and care for others.  At YSP you can expect:

·  We are continuing to encourage our visitors to show respect for others and maintain a sensible social distance at all times, whether indoors or outdoors.
·  We are strongly encouraging visitors to wear a face covering when entering every indoor space.
·  We will remove some indoor one way systems, except where there is a particular need to maintain it.
·  The one way system and filtering of visitors into the Visitor Centre Restaurant servery area will continue to be managed to maintain sensible social distancing.
·  Most outdoor one way systems will be removed, with the exception of some gateways and narrow passing places.
·  Visitor numbers will be restricted in retail outlets and managed by retail staff.
·  Toilet areas will feature advice on sensible social distancing, staff will manage these areas at busy times.
·  Hand sanitising stations will continue to be placed at strategic points throughout the site.
·  All staff will continue to wear face coverings in indoor spaces and will maintain sensible social distancing at all times, whether indoors or outdoors.

Please check the latest government guidance before booking a ticket and help us all to stay safe.
The Weston is now fully reopen, which includes the shop featuring the new YSP food range, the gallery with a special exhibition of extremely rare lithographs and etchings by Joan Miró, and The Weston Restaurant complete with a revamped menu. Tables are available to book, indoors and outdoors, from Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays.

The Kitchen at the YSP Centre has also reopened with indoor and balcony seating, while the Cafe at YSP Learning and Centre Coffee remain open for takeaway only at this time.

Longside Gallery has reopened with Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945, a major survey of female sculptors from the Arts Council Collection from post-war to the present day, and we are pleased to welcome visitors back to the Underground Gallery, showcasing this year’s headline exhibition, Beyond by Joana Vasconcelos, which has been extended until 2022.

The Chapel is now with the towering and intricate porcelain sculpture 399 Days by Rachel Kneebone.
View the full exhibition programme.
Thank you for your continued support. We hope you all remain safe and well.