Cambridge Sculpture Trails

Three walking trails taking you to outstanding pieces of sculpture sited in historic and modern Cambridge.

Sculptures new and old include works by Nigel Hall, Bernard Meadows, Sean Crampton, Peter Lyon, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Antony Gormley, Christine Fox, Anthony Caro, Dhruva Mistry, Judith Cowan, John Robinson, Edmund de Waal, Helaine Blumenfeld and many more.

Trail One begins near the railway station an ends with a view across Midsummer Common to the River Cam; Trail Two begins at the Cambridge Visitor Information Centre, just off the market square in the centre of Cambridge; and Trail Three offers a tranquil experience away from the city centre which takes in several Cambridge college gardens. See the full details on the Cambridge Sculpture Trails website here.

There may be admission charges to visit sculptures within some of the colleges, please check before your visit.

Good to know


The centre of Cambridge is a 25 min walk from Cambridge Station via Station Road and Hills Road. Alternatively, Stagecoach Bus 1 from stop 7 in front of the station takes 10 minutes to St Andrews Street at the edge of the city centre.

Nearby Art Trail points of interest