GoGoDiscover is Break’s latest county-wide art trail, delivered in partnership with Wild in Art. This prehistoric trail will feature not one, not two, but three prehistoric creatures to discover!

T.riffic T.rex sculptures will take to the streets of Norwich alongside a new colossal Steppe Mammoth sculpture – the biggest trail sculpture to ever stomp the streets of the region. The Steppe Mammoths will be found across Norfolk to celebrate the Deep History Coast and Norfolk being the site of the discovery of the largest and oldest mammoth ever found in Britain. If that wasn’t enough, GoGoDiscover will also see mini ‘Breaksaurus’ T.rex on their own trail as part of our Learning and Community Programme.

GoGoDiscover 2022 is the second half of a two year trail of Jurassic proportions. The 21 T.rex which appeared in Norwich in summer 2021 to accompany the Dippy on Tour exhibition will return, though this time they’ll be bringing many more friends to help create Break’s most mammoth sculpture trail to date!

The trail will be live across Norfolk from Monday 27th June until Saturday 10th September and will encourage explorers of all ages to have fun and learn more about the county, while simultaneously working to raise awareness and vital funds for Break and the vulnerable children and young people they support.

At the end of the trail many of the sculptures will go to a charity auction where all proceeds raised will go directly to Break to help them continue their work with vulnerable young people across the region on the edge of care, in care and leaving care.

Missing the T.rex already?

Luckily there is a last chance to see the 2021 GoGoDiscover sculptures before they go into hibernation and join us again next year!

Do something T. riffic for Break

Help us raise funds to support Break’s vital work across East Anglia to provide a brighter future for children and young people on the edge of care, in care, and leaving care.

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