An origami hare set in the middle of a green field.

Régis Chaperon (born 1974), Hare, 2018. University of Warwick Art Collection.

Review: Follow That Hare Art and Nature Trail

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On a sunny but chilly October morning, my wife and I met up with two friends outside the University Arts Centre ready to take on the Follow that Hare Art and Nature Trail.

We set off following the instructions on the very informative leaflet obtained from just inside the Arts Centre.

We had the benefit of a very knowledgeable guide but the leaflet was found to be very informative, not only about the route but also about the pieces of Art.

We thought that the walk would be ideal for families as there is plenty to interest the children including feeding the ducks on the lake.

As my wife has to use a wheelchair, we found that all the paths were suitable with care, we did however have to take a slight detour at the signpost for Windmill Hill as this would have taken us across a field. So we continued along Leighfield Road until we reached the Sports and Wellness Hub, the turned right along the path to the side of the car park.

The Sports and Wellness Hub offers excellent refreshment and toilet facilities.
Along the path by the car park gives an excellent view of the Dinosaurs, the path then joins the original route which eventually returns you to the Arts Centre with excellent refreshment and toilet facilities.

An excellent walk that we would do again.


Interested in trying our Art and Nature trails? Explore art on campus by downloading the FREE Follow That Hare or Walking Through Time maps, or pick one up from the foyer. You can also download our Advice for Wheelchair Users for both trails. 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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