Gone but not forgotten! These are our favourite art trails from the past, immortalised on the Art Trail Project.
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.
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.
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!
Holzkirchen, Bavaria, Germany
COMING SOON: A Parliament of owls is flying in to Holzkirchen for a special art trail around the German city this summer.
St Andrews, Northeast Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom
COMING SOON: More than thirty Scottie Dogs are bounding into St Andrews for a wee art trail around the North East of Scotland.