THE Yorkshire Sculpture Park is offering to give its Pavilion Gallery to any group or individual who would like it.
The tent-like structure has been in use at the West Bretton park for about 11 years.
Thousands of visitors have trekked through it to see exhibitions by some of the biggest names in 20th century sculpture - Barbara Hepworth, Sir Anthony Caro, Eduardo Paolozzi, Christo, Jeanne-Claude and, just recently, Eduardo Chillida.
But there's one snag for whoever wants the building. They will be asked to pay the costs of dismantling and re-assembling the structure, which has a concrete base.
"A professional company would have to handle this," says Janice Wells, the park's marketing officer.
"But it's a lovely and unusual building - quite fantastic. It could have a variety of uses. For instance, it would make a very nice tea shop and the `flagpoles' it is built round are ideal for publicity material.
The park hopes someone will acquire the pavilion in the next few weeks, as the land on which it stands is needed to complete a big re-development scheme. This includes a large, £3m underground gallery, being built in the Bothy Garden, which will make the pavilion redundant.
"We will be sad to see the pavilion go, but very excited when our new gallery room opens," Janice said.
* Anyone wanting to know more details about the building should phone Jane Appleyard on 01924 832503.