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Sculpture Park Maps and Trails

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The University of Warwick campus is open all day, everyday, to everyone. Spending time outside, walking and talking is really helpful to wellbeing. Even a small amount of physical activity, such as a 10-minute brisk walk, can increase energy levels, boost mood and help interrupt circular thoughts.

You can start small, just find one sculpture or explore one area of campus. Or spend the day and ramble around our gardens, alongside our lakes, through our woodland. Look out for special guided tours on the Warwick Arts Centre website.

Maps

To help you find your way, there is a large map and shorter trails. These can be downloaded and printed at home or collect a free, full colour printed copy from the Box Office in Warwick Arts Centre.

Sculpture Park Map

Warwick Moves+

Staff and students can register for Warwick Moves+Link opens in a new window. It's an app that allows you to collect points for activity and converts them into rewards.

University of Warwick Sculpture Park Printable Map

Please note - the sculpture Habitat by David Nash is currently inaccessible due to ongoing works for HS2.

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

Connections TrailLink opens in a new window
  • 0.8 miles - approximately 1700 steps - but you don't have to do it all. Just choose the works that interest you.

This trail has been created by two members of the Committee that manages the Art Collection here. Bengy Speer and Becky Taylor. They both live in Coventry. From 2020-22 they were participants in the City of Culture Leadership Programme. As well as taking part in decisions for the development of the Art Collection, they have provided feedback about what it is like to visit the campus and suggested how we might improve the welcome and engagement for visitors.

Audio Sculpture Trail

You can listen to the information at home or download it on to your own device. For more information and downloads see our Audio Sculpture Trail page.Link opens in a new window

NEW - Springtime Trail

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┬ęKingfisher Whisperer

NEW for Spring 2024 - Springtime TrailLink opens in a new window

  • Entire circular walk 1.12 miles - approximately 2360 steps
  • From bus terminus to Tocil Wood and back: 0.75 miles - approximately 1500 steps
  • From University House to bus terminus and back - 0.35 miles - approximately 790 steps

Explore the campus in our new Springtime Trail and boost your wellbeing. Find out more about the amazing birds, plants, insects and flowers to be found in our sculpture park during this season.

Please Note - We currently have a diversion in place on the Springtime Trail due to a damaged bridge on campus. Please use the diversion on this map.Link opens in a new window

New Sculpture for 2024

Breadfruit by Veronica Ryan

Breadfruit by Turner Prize winning artist Veronica RyanLink opens in a new window. You can find Breadfruit outside the entrance to Warwick Arts Centre.