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Sculpture Trail

We have many sculptures spread out all across University land and we are open to the public. Why not come and spend a day exploring what we have. To help you navigate we have produced several different trails and sculpture maps. We have the more traditional University of Warwick Sculpture Park map which contains all the old favourites including Richard Deacon's Let's Not be Stupid. We have a Nature focused trail, as seen on BBC's Countryfile, called Follow that Hare or if you want to visit our new temporary guests, two huge corten steel dinosaurs, use our Walking Through Time map. All of these can be downloaded and printed at home or why not pick up a full colour printed copy from the Box Office in Warwick Arts Centre.

University of Warwick Sculpture Park Printable Map  

As this file is large it may need to be printed on multiple sheets of A4.

Please note sculpture Nos. 1, 2, 3,10 and 18 have been removed whilst exciting changes are being made to Warwick Arts Centre and will return in due course. Sculpture No.11 has moved to a new temporary home adjacent to No.16

Follow That Hare: An Art and Nature Trail. Find out more here..

Please note 'Origami' Hare is currently with our conservator and will return soon.

Walking Through Time Trail. Find out more here...

We have also produced Family Sculpture Park explorer sheets with a theme of Fabulous Beasts.

Fabulous Beasts explorer sheets  

Audio Sculpture Trail

Why not try our Audio Sculpture Trail? You can download the audio guide onto your own device or alternatively come to the Box Office in the Arts Centre and collect an MP3 player and headphones. For more information and downloads see our Audio Sculpture Trail page.