Cows about Cambridge

An udderly legendairy trail of cows in Cambridge!

From 28th June – 4th September, 90 cow sculptures all uniquely decorated by artists will appear in Cambridge’s streets, parks and open spaces.

Cow sculptures will graze outside around the city of Cambridge for 10 weeks, forming a fun, free, family-friendly art trail for residents and visitors to follow. Smaller sculptures adopted and decorated by schools, colleges and community youth groups as part of the Learning Programme will also be displayed as part of the adventure called the Mini Moos!

To locate the cows you can download the app, pick up a map from hubs around the city or download here.

Cows about Cambridge brings communities together to help them celebrate their city through creativity. Trail explorers young and old will have fun rediscovering their city, learning about the artwork, and spending time together. They will get outdoors, walk more and share their stories.

And after entertaining and bringing people together, the legacy of Cows about Cambridge continues as many of the sculptures will be auctioned to raise vital funds for Break.

Text COWS to 70085 to donate £3

*Texts cost £3 plus one standard rate message.

'Dairy Curie Cow' is sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry. She stands out even more at night due to her luminous paint.

Behind the scenes

Cows about Cambridge is brought to you by Wild in Art together with Break and Principal Partner, Cambridge Business Improvement District (BID) and travel partner Thameslink.

Visit the Cows about Cambridge website for everything 'moo' need to know about the trail!