Is there parking at Basildon Park?
Yes there is visitor parking at the entrance to Basildon Park. Please note it is then a 10 minute walk up a hill to the house and then another 10/15 minute walk to the Installation. Parking will be very limited on the night of the Resolution so we do ask that people car share as much as possible. Once parking is full we will not be able to let any more cars in.
What is the best time to arrive?
The Installation is open to the public from Wed 18 Jul & Fri 20 Jul, 10am - 5pm (last entry 4pm) and Thu 19 Jul, 10am - 8pm (last entry 7pm). The Resolution is Sat 21 Jul, 8.30pm. We ask people to arrive from 7pm and we also advise that the latest you arrive in the car park is 8.15pm to allow time to park and walk to the house.
How long is the event?
For visiting the Installation we suggestion you need to allow one hour, including walking. The Resolution will finish at approximately 10pm and you will then need to allow time to walk back to your car.
What should I wear?
Please dress appropriately for the weather that day as the whole event is outside. Please wear sensible shoes for walking over uneven ground.
Can I bring children along?
We highly recommend that the Installation is for people of all ages. For the Resolution we advise that it will involve standing for at least an hour and half and some walking. It will also be very dark at the end of the event so children need to be closely supervised.
Can you bring dogs along the route?
Unfortunately no animals are permitted
Do I have to book tickets?
You do not need to book tickets for the Installation (Wed to Fri), although we do ask that if you are a group who will be arriving by coach that you let us know you are planning to attend by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We have limited capacity for the Resolution so tickets must be booked in advance through our Box Office. Tickets are limited to 5 tickets per booking. We will ask you to reconfirm that you would still like to attend the week before the event and then your ticket will be issued. Tickets are free, supported by the Arts Council England and Greenham Trust.
Can we take pictures?
We do ask that no pictures are taken of the Installation and the Resolution as the project is happening over several locations over several months and the artists would like to keep it a mystery for all new audiences.
Is there access to toilets?
The toilets at the entrance to Basildon Park will be open during the Installation and the Resolution. During the Installation the toilets by the house will also be open.
Will there be food and drink available?
During the Installation the café at Basildon House will be open for purchasing food and drink. At the Resolution there will not be food and drink available but we do encourage you to arrive from 7pm and bring your own picnic to have outside the house.
What if I have questions during my visit?
There will be Corn Exchange staff at the entrance to Basildon Park during the Installation and the Resolution. During the Installation there will be staff at the Installation and also at the house. At the Resolution there will be stewards along the route to answer any questions and monitor everyone’s safety. There will also be first aid staff on site.