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Hare and tortoise sculptures in Luton Town Centre

The Short Tail Trail

Luton, United Kingdom

In summer 2024, 90 hares and tortoises will form the biggest and most unique outdoor public art event Luton’s ever seen. These stunning sculptures will shine bright along the fun and family-friendly art trail around Luton’s town centre and local parks, bringing together the community for one unforgettable event.

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Whidbey Art Trail

Whidbey Island, Washington, United States

A self-guided tour of artists’ studios, galleries, and sculpture parks, on beautiful Whidbey Island in Washington State.

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A unicorn in front of the Clifton Suspension Bridge

Unicornfest: Bristol Unicorn Trail

Bristol and the South West of England, United Kingdom

An art trail of highly decorated unicorn sculptures around Bristol and the South West of England have arrived!

Picture frame artwork on the River Tay Public Art Trail - flickr/ronnieflemingphotography (CC BY-ND 2.0)

River Tay Public Art Trail

Perth, Scotland, United Kingdom

Explore the stunning city of Perth on this art and sculpture trail along Scotland's longest river.

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Tongala Street Art Trail

Mangan Street, Tongala, Victoria, Australia

Unique, humorous street art lines Mangan Street in Tongala, showcasing the town's rich heritage and notable residents.

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Castles In The Sky Art Trail

Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom

COMING SOON: Forty unique castle sculptures will line the streets of Swansea in Summer 2023, with proceeds going to the Welsh Air Ambulance.

Temple Church, London

The Art Of Faith Walk

City of London, London, England, United Kingdom

Discover incredible artworks across the city of London's churches and religious buildings in this walk of faith.

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Heidelberg Artists Trail

Heidelberg, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Follow in the footsteps of the alumni of the Heidelberg School, viewing their artworks and information about the artists.