University of Warwick Sculpture ParkParks & Walks
- All the family
- Under 5s
- School age
There are many sculptures spread out all across Warwick University land and are open to the public. Why not spend a day exploring!
University of Warwick Sculpture Park | Trails in Coventry
The University of Warwick Sculpture Park is open to everyone, all year round. The sculptures are in gardens, woodland, meadows and fields. Come to explore the landscape and the art placed within it! (Dogs on leads are welcome).
There is the more traditional University of Warwick Sculpture Park map which contains all the old favourites including Richard Deacon's Let's Not be Stupid. There is also a Walking Through Time trail that includes two huge corten steel dinosaurs. 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 Trail Map
This trail contains all the old favourites including Richard Deacon's Let's Not be Stupid. You are welcome to visit and explore the 25 outdoor sculptures installed across the campus. You can spend as much or as little time here as you like, visit 1 or 2 sculptures or challenge yourself to find all 25! The sculptures are installed along footpaths in the campus' green spaces, in woods and by the lakes. Download the map here.
On arrival at the University of Warwick, follow the highway signage for Central Campus. There are multiple parking options available on Central Campus, all close to Warwick Arts Centre. Please note: the multi story parking on Central Campus does not have a lift.