Which art trails are running this week?
Kingston Upon Thames, London, England, United Kingdom
Gillie and Marc's hugely successful, Chimps Are Family, art trail has arrived in Kingston Upon Thames to help you fall in love with our closest living relatives.
Laax, Graubünden, Switzerland
The worldwide phenomenon that is Elephant Parade, has arrived for the first time in Switzerland with sixty unique painted elephant sculptures.
Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom
Highly-decorated aluminium steam train sculptures celebrate the birthplace of Trevithick’s famous “Catch-Me-Who-Can” locomotive, placed along a two-mile walking trail around Bridgenorth.
Bideford, Barnstaple, Great Torrington and Ilfracombe, South West England, United Kingdom
Join Children’s Hospice South West on an exciting Bear Hunt around South West England. Can you find all the 'bears that care'?
Auckland, North Island, New Zealand
Paws for Purpose is an interactive art trail and auction, raising funds for Blind Low Vision NZ, a guide dog charity based in Auckland.
Tower of London, London, United Kingdom
COMING SOON: Britain's Historic Royal Palaces will be adorned with coronation benches to celebrate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III.
Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
COMING SOON: The Norfolk Way Art Trail will include six site-specific artworks spanning more than 250 miles across Norfolk, coming in March 2023.
Spitalfields, London, United Kingdom
Inspired by real-life orphaned elephants, these twenty bronze statues are migrating across London to raise awareness of conservation of these stunning creatures.