Community Art Walk

Explore some of the many works of public art at Exhibition Place on this dog-friendly walking tour!

About this event

Bring your dog! This guided walking tour of the Exhibition Place grounds will take you and your furry friends on a journey to discover the “hidden” works of public art that often go unnoticed while events are on.

From the 1920s to the present, from sculptures to mosaics, join us and admire the history and art on this unique site!

This walk is led by Steve Collie of After Dark Tours.

Tour begins at the Princes Gates. All dogs must be on leashes for the duration of the walk.

The tour will take place entirely outdoors. Masks are not mandatory but are welcome if preferred.

Tours will take place rain or shine, but we will cancel in the case of thunderstorms.

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