Have you herd?

A ‘moo-vellous’ art trail for Cambridge…

Cow on a punt


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


Find out more about our partners and sponsors and how your business can support the event.


Cows about Cambridge celebrates Cambridge’s exceptional creative talent.


Find out how schools and young people can get involved in the Learning Programme.

Statement issued 11.3.20:

Postponement of Cows about Cambridge Art Trail

The team at Cows about Cambridge has decided to delay delivery of this world-class art trail for the time being, as a precautionary measure to help minimise the spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus). We look forward to bringing colour and conversations to the city streets over the months ahead, and we will share a new launch date for 2021 in due course.

Have you herd?

Cows about Cambridge is a spectacular public art event that weaves its way across the city in 2021. There will be 44 cow sculptures, each one individually designed by an artist and sponsored by a business, forming a free, fun, family-friendly trail of discovery for local people to explore and enjoy.

During the trail as well as the large cows, you can also spot a further 45 mini moos, dotted around the city created by schools, colleges and community groups.

There will be a final ‘legend-dairy’ farewell event at The Grafton for your last chance to see your favourite sculptures. After this event the mini moos will return to their creators.

This legacy of Cows about Cambridge will continue as the large sculptures will be auctioned to raise vital funds for local children’s charity, Break.

To find out where the sculptures will be located download the app or pick up a trail map from a range of locations around the city.

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 #cowsaboutcambridge.

Good Luck!

Have you Herd the Moos?

18th May 2020

Moos Update...We're living in unusual times at the moment and while we are starting to moo-ve through the staged return to 'normal life’ we are also looking to the future. While the Cows are all happily grazing in .... Read More

18th May 2020

If you have been missing the cows how about creating your own designs?We would love to see your designs so why not post them on social media and use the #cowsaboutcambridge and tag us in too.  We are on Instagram, F.... Read More

10th March 2020

Cows about Cambridge Statement: The team at Cows about Cambridge has decided to delay delivery of this world-class art trail for the time being, as a precautionary measure to help minimise the spread of Covi.... Read More

27th February 2020

The Cambridge Independent’s own mini moo cow-respondent has been out and about on Thameslink trains. The roving reporter travelled from Cambridge to Brighton to promote the Cows about Cambridge art trail, of which Tham.... Read More

17th December 2019

Is your new year's resolution to support a feel-good art initiative that's raising money for a good cause? Come along to Herd HQ on Tuesday 14 January and find out more about volunteering opportunities on Cows about C.... Read More

9th December 2019

Local people with an interest in art can learn how to paint a 3D life-size Cow, by watching artists at work in The Grafton, every day until mid-December.Cows about Cambridge has opened Herd HQ at the shopping centre,.... Read More

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