Follow That Hare

Follow that Hare: An Art and Nature Trail is a sculpture trail across the University of Warwick Campus. The trail incorporates several permanent sculptures from the University of Warwick Art Collection.

The trail is open all day every day of the week. It’s open to members of the public and University students and staff. Full details can be found below. If you have any further question about the Art and Nature Trail, get in touch.

Quick Links


For Families:

For Schools:

For University of Warwick Students and Staff:


Art and Nature trail map detail

Get your FREE map

Collect a paper map from our Box Office or download a copy here.
You can download access advice for wheelchairs here.

Share your experience

We’d love to see your adventures across campus – so don’t forget to tag your Instagram photos and tweets with #followthathare and mention @warwickartscentre.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much does it cost to take part?
    It’s free to take part. You can collect a free map from Box Office or download a copy using the link above.
  • When is the Art and Nature Trail open?
    It’s open all year. There’s no need to book.
  • How long will it take to complete the trail?
    It can take between 2 and 4 hours to walk the entire trail, depending on your walking speed and how often you stop! You don’t have to complete all of the trail in one go, you could choose the sculptures you want to see and create your own shorter route. You could also bring your bicycle and cycle around campus!
  • I’m not a student, am I allowed to walk around campus?
    Absolutely! Campus is open to members of the public
  • How accessible is the trail?
    Some of the sculptures on the trail are located in areas which may not be accessible by wheelchairs. We have some advice on routes for wheelchair users that you can download from the top of this page. Please contact to discuss your access needs and we can work with you to ensure you have a positive and enjoyable experience.

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For Families

Family enjoying Art and Nature Trail

Explorer Backpacks

Families can pick up specially designed Explorer backpacks from the Box Office and embark on a self-led art and history trail around campus.

The backpacks contain arts materials and binoculars amongst other things encouraging all explorers to get involved.

As it’s self-led, you can be flexible and make the trail your own by visiting as many pieces as you can in an hour or spend a luxury 2 – 4 hours exploring campus, the choice is yours!

Contents of Activity Backpack

You can select your own contents from the following:

  • Field Guides
  • Binoculars
  • Magnifying glasses
  • Magnifying collection pots
  • Treasure bags
  • Pencils
  • Crayons
  • Drawing Paper
  • Clipboards
  • Viewfinders
  • Waterproof blankets
  • Wetwipes

You can also take a book from our Creative Learning space to read on the way!

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For Schools

School group enjoying Art and Nature Trail

Group Tours

Want to visit as a school group? We can provide bespoke tours, taking in to consideration your various needs and what you hope to achieve from the session.

  • Available on Wednesdays
  • Tailored for either EYFS, KS1 or KS2
  • Sessions are available between 10am and 2pm
  • Maximum of 60 children per session
  • Trails are delivered by our Visitor Assistants
  • FREE

Email to find out more.

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Art Detectives

Our Visitor Assistants will take your school group on a half day trail exploring sculpture on campus with a focus on materials and technique in making sculpture. Followed by an afternoon practical session based on what we have discovered during the morning.

  • Sessions are available between 10am and 2pm
  • Maximum of 60 children per session
  • FREE

Email to find out more.

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For University of Warwick Students and Staff

Students enjoying the Art and Nature Trail

Explore your campus

The Art and Nature Trail is the perfect way to explore campus, get some fresh air and clock-up the daily step-count.

Walk part of the route at lunchtime or beat the traffic and arrive early or stay a little later. Plan several shorter routes and spread the tour out over a week.


Looking for an alternative social event for your society or department? We can design bespoke Curator-led tours throughout the year. Email to find out more.

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