There's treasure hidden away in a West Lothian woodland. There's a rather special garden called Jupiter Artland.
Having made a fortune in the family business, a couple bought Bonnington House. They've turned the grounds into a sculpture park with works from some of Britain's leading artists.
There's pieces from Andy Goldsworthy, Charles Jencks and Anthony Gormley amongst others. Also, bees! Even the cafe's worth a look: a shining metal 1952 Silver Streak Clipper caravan.
It's also a labour of love: only a hundred people are allowed in at a time and it's only open three days a week. The couple behind it have admitted they'll never come close to making their money back.
It's open 10 - 4 Friday to Saturday until the end of August. Admission is five pounds each and it's essential to let them know you're coming.
The garden is easily found by car, or by taking the First Bus 27 to Wilkieston and walking the last half a mile.
Well, we should go! Who else fancies taking a day off the gardening to have a nosey?