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Morph’s Epic Art Adventure London trail

Morph's Epic Art Adventure London trail

If you’re looking for free family activities in London this summer then look no further than Morph’s Epic Art Adventure London trail. We are huge fans of these free art trails and we have had so much fun exploring Morph’s Epic Art Adventure that we can’t wait to tell you about it!

What is Morph’s Epic Art Adventure London trail?

Morph’s Epic Art Adventure London? It is the UK’s first step-free art trail of its kind, hosted by Whizz-Kidz, the UK’s leading charity for young wheelchair users.

Where is Morph’s Epic Art Adventure London trail?

The trail consists of 56 unique six-foot sculptures of Morph by famous buildings in various parts of central London. Morph is an iconic clay character who made his TV debut back in 1977 on Take Hart, encouraging creativity in kids.

Morph's Epic Art Adventure London

How much does Morph’s Epic Art Adventure London trail cost?

The trail is free to visit and open between 19th June and 20th August 2023.

How do I get my hands on a map?

If you want to find the art trail you can buy a special map for £1 from various locations in London, including Guildhall and City of London Information Centre. You can print a map for free from Morph’s Epic Art Adventure in London website. You can also download an app for £0.99p with all the money going to Whizz-Kidz, the UK’s leading charity for young wheelchair users. the art trail app includes a map, sculpture listing, rewards, voting and stats. You will need the unique 4 number code found on the base of each sculpture.

Morph's Epic Art Adventure London

Where should I start?

The sculptures can be found along the South Bank of the River Thames and the historic City of London. We concentrated on the north side of London and managed to tick off a number of them today. We started our day with a free workshop at the Guildhall Art Gallery London where the kids made their own Morph statues from air drying clay and made a stop-motion film with them. They had a lot of fun and it was a great way to start our day.

Here’s a selection of the sculptures we found today:

We can’t wait to go back and finish Morph’s Epic Art Adventure London soon! Let me know if you’ve found any of them.

You may be interested in these other posts about public art in London:

Scenes in the Square, Leicester Square

Walking with the Snowman, London Bridge City

Leake Street Graffiti Tunnel, York Road, Waterloo

Colourwalk around Notting Hill, London

Elephant trail at Spitalfields Market London


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    Five Happy Things {Week 456} -
    July 9, 2023 at 5:11 pm

    […] Over the weekend we attended a free family workshop at Guildhall Art Gallery. We last visited during half term and couldn’t wait to go back again. The kids both made models from clay and made short stop motion animation with them. This led perfectly on to hunting sculptures on a public art trail around the City of London – Morphs Epic Art Adventure London. […]

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    July 10, 2023 at 5:47 am

    How cool is this? I LOVED Morph. What a fun art trail! My son is an artist and would love this.

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    July 10, 2023 at 2:13 pm

    These are stunning wow!!! I loooove it and would love to check the london trail, super cool.

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    Monidipa Dutta
    July 10, 2023 at 7:25 pm

    What an exciting adventure exploring Morph’s Epic Art Adventure London trail! It’s wonderful to hear that you had so much fun with your family while discovering the unique sculptures of Morph. The fact that it’s a free activity makes it even more special. The workshop at the Guildhall Art Gallery sounds fantastic, allowing your kids to get creative and make their own Morph statues. Your pictures of the sculptures look amazing, and I hope you have a fantastic time completing the trail. Enjoy the rest of your art-filled adventure!

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    Lavanda Michell
    July 11, 2023 at 2:46 am

    It sounds like a fun and interactive way to explore the city while discovering amazing artworks.

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    July 11, 2023 at 2:52 am

    That is so cool. I have never heard of Morph but I love searching out street art of all kinds. I won’t be in London anytime soon, so I’m glad I got a glimps of this with you post. Thanks for sharing.

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    Unconventional Kira
    July 16, 2023 at 10:03 am

    Oh this looks absolutely fabulous! The girls would love finding Morphe!

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