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Children’s Sculpture Trail at the Waterside Quarter in Maidenhead

We recently discovered the Children’s Sculpture Trail at the Waterside Quarter in Maidenhead.

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Tell me more about the trail

The trail is a short trail and will take about 20 – 30 minutes to visit all of the sculptures. They are lovely to see and a great way to learn about local history in Maidenhead plus they are a short walk from the town centre.

The sculptures were commissioned by a selection of artists and you can use this trail map to find the all the animal sculptures. There are eight sculptures in total to find and each one has a plaque to read about it’s history and connection to Maidenhead. If you use the trail map there is also a question to answer for each sculpture.

Children's Sculpture Trail Maidenhead
Children's Sculpture Trail Maidenhead

Most of the sculptures are on ground level but you need to look up to spot The Bats and The Toucan.

Our favourite sculptures were Daisy the Allegator and Galipa the Fairground Horse by Carters Steam Fair. Carters due to the happy memories of our time at The Steam Fair when it travelled.  

Children's Sculpture Trail Maidenhead

Children's Sculpture Trail Maidenhead
Children's Sculpture Trail Maidenhead

Children's Sculpture Trail Maidenhead
How Much Does the Trail Cost?

The trail is free to do.

Where do you park?

There is parking at the Hines Meadow Car Park, St Cloud Way, Maidenhead, SL6 1QZ. This is a large multi-story car park and parking charges apply. Once parked, follow signs to the town centre and you should walk through the Waterside Quarter, where you will see the animal sculptures.

What else is there to do in Maidenhead?

Our other favourite things to do in Maidenhead are to visit The Italian Shop, go to Ray Mill Island and Boulters Lock and / or Riverside Gardens – you would need to drive to these destinations from Hines Meadow Car Park.

Boulters Lock Maidenhead
Boulters Lock
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