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A ‘moo-vellous’ art trail for Cambridge…

Cows about Cambridge Mini Moos

Trail

Discover Cambridge as you follow the trail of beautifully designed cows.

Sponsors

Find out more about our partners and sponsors.

Artists

Cows about Cambridge celebrates Cambridge’s exceptional creative talent.

Learning

Over 10,000 young people and children were involved in creating 46 mini moos.

Welcome to the Udderly Legendairy trail of 90 cows in Cambridge!

Cows about Cambridge is a spectacular public art event weaving its way around the city from Monday 28th June – Saturday 4th September 2021. There are 90 cow sculptures forming a free, fun, family-friendly trail of discovery for local people to explore and enjoy.

There are 44 large cows each one individually designed by an artist and sponsored by a business, and a further 46 mini moos created by schools and cow-munity groups around Cambridgeshire.

To find the sculptures you can download the app (£1.99*), pick up a trail map or download it from here.

Using the app you can unlock the sculptures, claim a local reward, achieve a milestone, track your progress and share a selfie on our cow-munity gallery.

If you would like to find out more about our trail there are daily walking and cycling tours of the cows with the official blue and green badge guides in Cambridge. For more information whilst in the city look out for the City Ambassadors who will be delighted to help moo!

There will be a final cheerio at our farewell event at The Grafton for your last chance to see your favourite large sculptures on 18 – 19 September.

The legacy of Cows about Cambridge will continue as the large sculptures are auctioned on Thursday 23rd September at The Graduate Hotel to raise vital funds for local children’s charity, Break, and go to their forever homes. If you are interested in purchasing a large sculpture please contact hello@cowsaboutcambridge.co.uk.

We hope you enjoy the trail and we would like to encourage you to share your images on the app, or via social media using the hashtag: #CowsaboutCambridge.

Good Luck!

* purchasing the app benefits the local charity Break

Please note that some of the cows are located inside and for each of those locations you will need to check the opening times. Some of the museums are not open everyday.

Have you Herd the Moos?

4th August 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eY1NimocYcs.... Read More

4th August 2021

Newly-promoted Cambridge United start their Sky Bet League One season on 7 August with a home match against Oxford United. Kitted out in yellow and black, it’s not hard to guess which team Cows about Cambridge sculptur.... Read More

28th July 2021

This summer, the Cows about Cambridge sculpture trail is helping staycationers discover the joy and wonder of this world-renowned city.Some 90 bovine sculptures make up Cows about Cambridge, each one showcasing amazi.... Read More

26th July 2021

What does Cambridge have to offer? This short video gives you a flavour of what to expect!https://youtu.be/RXWrXj655cg .... Read More

23rd July 2021

We are delighted to introduce Reims! This beautiful mini moo has been created by Adam Bridgland and sponsored by the Cambridge BID.This mini moo was created to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day in 2020. Reims is n.... Read More

21st July 2021

Given the city’s world-class reputation for scientific discovery and innovation, it’s no surprise that several sculptures on the Cows about Cambridge art trail pay homage to the sciences.  Cows about Cambrid.... Read More

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