Jupiter Artland is essentially a sculpture park, set in beautiful surroundings around a private house. It's an amazing place - and a fantastic use of money by the clearly stonkingly rich.
The biggest thing to see is this landform work by Charles Jencks.
It looks like a temple complex built by aliens and then abandoned - you look at it and feel awestruck and mystified, which I like in art! On the other hand in some places, where parts of the structure come together, there's a much more intimate feeling to it.
I love these folds which remind me of paintings by Alison Watt - if you try googling "Alison Watt images" you will maybe see what I mean.
I think that after you've looked at sculpture for a while everything looks like a work of art.