Hepworth Walk

The Hepworth Walk takes between two to three hours on foot, and 1 hour by bike. It covers nine sculptures, including Contrapuntal Forms by Dame Barbara Hepworth, the first piece in the collection. These sculptures were intended to suit the residential areas that you...

Cycle Loop

Harlow was designed for bicycles. Car ownership in the 1950s was assumed to be so low that ten garages per street was thought to be ample. Sir Frederick Gibberd re-purposed the old roads to create an excellent network of cycle paths. There are 24 sculptures to...

Family Group Trail

Gibberd claimed that it was his trips to Florence, a city home to an open air sculpture gallery of antique and Renaissance works, that inspired him to source ‘the finest works of art’ for Harlow Town Centre. This walk begins in the Grade II listed Water Gardens, and...