These art of sculpture trails contain mostly art installations.

Gromit will be returning to Bristol in 2018 with Gromit Unleashed 2, joined by pal Wallace, and arch nemesis Feathers McGraw! The trail will be fundraising for Bristol Children's Hospital and the Special Care Baby Unit.

First published by Andersen Press in 1989, the brightly coloured patchwork elephant will appear around Suffolk for 12 weeks in the summer of 2019.

Eighty giant, individually-designed penguin sculptures will be welcomed to the North East of Scotland to raise funds for this worthwhile charity and enable visitors to explore Dundee and the surrounding area.

Lincoln Barons Art Trail

Walk in the footsteps of King John and his baron's as you follow The Lincoln Barons’ Charter Art Trail through Lincoln's historic streets.

York Ice Trail

This icy adventure forms the biggest outdoor ice art trail in the UK, with over 40 frosty figures around the city's streets, from the historic medievel Shambles to the Viking-inspired Coppergate arcade.

Love Bug Art Trail, Liverpool One

2017 marks the 50th anniversary of both the Summer of Love and the release of The Beatles album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

This street art trail takes place predominantly in the south of the city, featuring painted works on walls by New Zealand and international artists.

Marchmont Street, London. Foundling Token trail

This is definitely an art trail where you need to look down!

Around the town, there are more than twenty reproductions of Matisse and Derain's work displayed along the coastal path near where the artists would have perched their easels. Near to the paintings are metal picture frames where creative visitors

Launched in summer 2014, the Water Tank Project was created as part art exhibition and part awareness campaign, highlighting global water issues across the globe.


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