Gillie and Marc Sculpture Trail

Gillie and Marc Sculpture Trail

Thursday, 20 June 2024 – Friday, 30 August 2024
Free Admission

This is your sign to check out the captivating and free-to-attend public sculpture trail, ‘Kids Go Wild’. Designed by renowned Australian duo, Gillie and Marc , who have been hailed as ‘the most successful and prolific creators of public art in New York’s history’ by the New York Times, the trail is with us until August, offering a playful experience for both kids and adults this summer.

Gillie and Marc’s celebrated sculptures have animated over 250 cities across the world and have now landed on the King’s Road, ready to bring you and your family endless joy this summer, all whilst raising awareness for endangered animals in partnership with the Zoological Society of London.

Begin your adventure on Royal Avenue with ‘They Were on a Wild Ride to a Safer Place with Rabbitwoman and Dogman’ a large (and interactive!) sculpture featuring animals riding in tandem on a bicycle. Continue on to Dovehouse Green to witness ‘The White Rhino Was Thinking Ahead with Dogman’s Encouragement’, a striking piece depicting a rhino playing chess with Dogman and don’t miss ‘The Eastern Lowland Gorilla Only Shoots Photos with Dogman’ at the entrance to Timothy Oulton and Bluebird. Looking to fill the whole day, you can find six more of their creations in Knightsbridge.

Uncover the full trail here. During your visit, make sure to scan QR codes at each sculpture to learn more and don’t forget to tag us in your Instagrams for a chance to be re-shared.

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