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Guide dog sculpture

Paws on the Wharf

Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom

These adorable pooches are paw-sing for the next 3 months at London's Canary Wharf

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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.

Elmer the elephant sculpture - flickr/londonmatt (CC BY 2.0)

Elmer’s Art Parade at Petworth House

Petworth House and Park, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom

Loveable Elmer the Elephant makes his way to Petworth House and Park in West Sussex this spring for a trail around the gardens and park.

Painted elephant sculpture - flickr/mjk23 (CC BY 2.0)

Elephant Parade: Elefanten, Kunst & Berge

Laax, Graubünden, Switzerland

The worldwide phenomenon that is Elephant Parade, has arrived for the first time in Switzerland with sixty unique painted elephant sculptures.

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Shaun the Sheep in the Heart of Kent

Maidstone, Kent, England, United Kingdom

Shaun the Sheep is flocking to the heart of Kent in the Summer of 2024 for this baa-rilliant new art trail.

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March Of The Elephants 2024

Lichfield, Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield, England, United Kingdom

COMING SOON: Join the herd on this elephant-inspired art trail around the West Midlands.

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Cambridge Standing Tall

Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

COMING SOON: More the forty magnificent giraffes are joining the streets of Cambridge in Spring 2024, in support of the Break charity.

Train sculpture by Friar's Street in Bridgnorth, Shropshire

Catch Me Who Can Bridgnorth Art Trail

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.