Harlow is known for its sculpture collection and became the world’s first ‘Sculpture Town’ in 2010.
The collection includes over 100 public sculptures with works by Henry Moore, Ralph Brown, Elisabeth Frink, Willi Soukop, William Mitchell, Barbara Hepworth and Auguste Rodin.
The sculptures are dotted all over Harlow, and joining them together makes a great cycle trail, or you could take a walking tour around the town centre to see some of our most famous pieces of public art.
There is also a River Stort sculpture trail, a riverside walk that runs from Parndon Mill to the beautiful Gibberd Garden on the edge of Harlow.
Harlow sculpture trail (pdf)
The Gibberd Gallery also offer guided walking or bus tours of the town's sculptures. For more information and to book, contact the gallery