The University of Warwick grounds are open all year round.
For enquiries about the artworks you can contact the Curatorial team. Our email address is email@example.com
How to get to the University and Warwick Arts Centre
University of Warwick website with full details of how to get here. Getting Here
The page has information on different forms of transport and there is also information on car parking.
If you are coming in the car we would advise that you park in Cryfield Village car park. Spaces closest to the entrance are the ones that are furthest from Warwick Arts Centre - park at the other end of the car park if that's where you are going. Useful information about parking and payment for parking can be found on the Warwick Arts Centre website
The following link takes you to the University's campus map page that shows you the main areas on campus. Campus Map
If you are new to campus and would like Sculpture Trail maps or other directions, please come to Warwick Arts Centre Box Office.
The University campus is generally accessible to wheelchair users and people with mobility impairments. There is a fairly steep gradient on the pathway and road between the Main Campus and Gibbet Hill Campus where Biological Sciences and Warwick Medical School are located, but this is the only gradient of any significance on the site. Pavements have dropped kerbs with tactile paving at crossing points.
Most teaching blocks have lift access to all floors and we are careful only to site works where there is lift access.
Registered Disabled Blue Badge holders have the same rights on the University campus as they have on the public highway. Parking on campus is free for blue badge holders and blue badge holders may use a standard bay which has not been reserved. We would advise that if you can, you use Cryfield Village Car Park and park in a space that is at the other end of the car park to the entrance. A 5 metre wide, bonded aggregate path leads to a crossing point on Gibbet Hill Road and to Warwick Arts Centre. This distance is approximately 800 metres. Alternatively, there may be spaces at the back of Senate House on central campus but these are fewer.
For visitors to the campus, two power wheelchairs are available on loan. Please contact Warwick Conferences on 024 7652 3222 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Explore the artworks
We hope you will come and explore the artworks we have here on site. Buildings that have open displays include The Oculus on Main Campus which has a display of prints and paintings in its public spaces that address ideas about light and nature. It is free and you are welcome to enter and go up to the first floor to see the works. Another key venue is the main corridor on the ground floor of the Humanities building. We currently have a display of Prints by Sculptors there. Again, it is free and you are welcome to enter to see the works.
We have created sculpture trails which you can use to explore our sculptures across campus. These include an Art and Nature trail and an Art and History Trail. Maps of the trails can be collected from the Box Office in Warwick Arts Centre, or you can print the leaflet yourself at home. Find out more on our dedicated Sculpture Trail page and for families on our Family Fun page.
If you contact the Curator or Deputy Curator in advance of your visit we can create a special trail for you. The Curator also offers special guided tours of the collection three times a year for groups. The tours are advertised on our Mead Gallery Exhibitions and Events Calendar and on the Warwick Arts Centre website. The Curator can be contacted on 024 765 74179 or contact the Deputy Curator on 024 765 24731.
Working with our Creative Learning Team, we offer trails for schools and colleges. Most trails are centred on the sculptures but we can arrange bespoke tours for GCSE and A' Level groups to look at works that address key themes that recur in examinations.
We have created a visual introduction to the University of Warwick Art Collection. We want your visit to be as stress free and enjoyable as possible and have put this information pack, called Visitor Story, together to prepare you and your family and friends for your visit. Visitor Story