Sculpture Town + Gibberd Gallery
The majority of sculpture is located across 30 km sq around Harlow, available 24/6 365 days a year. However, there is also the Gibberd Gallery, located on the first floor of the Harlow Civic Centre in the Water Gardens.
The Gibberd Gallery is a visual arts space that is home to the Sir Frederick Gibberd Watercolour Collection and an annual programme of exhibitions relating to Harlow Sculpture Town.
Map & Guide
The Harlow Sculpture Town Map & Guide is a printed map featuring three sculpture trails you can follow on foot or by bike.
These printed guides are also available to pick up around Harlow.
If you are a local business, community group, school or college and would like a supply of maps please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sculpture Town Code
- Take photos and share them using #harlowsculpturetown
- Feel free to touch the sculptures (with clean hands)
- …But please do not climb
- Help us keep the town tidy and dispose of waste responsibly
While the majority of the collection can be seen 24 hours a day, some are located indoors. The following opening hours are for guidance only. If you are making a special trip, we advise you to check with the venue directly.
- The Gibberd Gallery
- St Pauls Church, Harlow Town Centre
- Harlow Playhouse
- Harlow Central Library
- Harlow Museum
- Tye Green Library
- Great Parndon Library
- St John’s ARC
- William Martin C of E Infant and Primary School
Bespoke walks or talks in Harlow, or at a venue of your choice, can be arranged. If your community group or school would like to find out more please email us email@example.com.
The Family Group Trail is fully wheelchair accessible. There is a Changing Places toilet at Harlow Bus Station.
Some sculptures on the Cycle Trail and Hepworth Walk can be difficult to access due to uneven terrain. We advise wheelchair and mobility scooter users seek route and ground condition adBy carvice in advance of their visit.
Trains to Harlow Town Station run regularly from London Liverpool Street, Tottenham Hale, Stratford and Cambridge train stations. For access to Old Harlow, alight at Harlow Mill.
From the M11 exit at Junction 7 and take the A414 towards Harlow.
From the A10 take the A414 junction signed to Harlow/Chelmsford/Ware (South)/A1170. Follow the A414 to Harlow.
The following car parks offer free parking on weekends and are close to trail starting points.