Sculpture in the City is an annual sculpture park that uses the urban realm as a rotating gallery space. Explore the 18 artworks animating the Square Mile in this year's edition.

Every summer, the City of London, in partnership with local businesses, unveils a brand-new selection of artworks by internationally-acclaimed artists. Set amongst the iconic architecture of the City’s insurance district, the sculptures animate public spaces and engage visitors and passers-by alike.

Now celebrating its 8th edition, Sculpture in the City has shown over 97 artworks to date. For more information this year’s artworks, view our map (also available in PDF).

Getting here

  • Train

    Closest stations are Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street

  • Underground

    Closest stations are Liverpool Street, Bank, Monument and Aldgate

  • Bus

    The area is easily accessible by bus routes 25, 35, 40, 47, 48, 149 and 344

  • Bicycle

    The nearest bicycle parking is located at Bishopsgate, St Mary Axe, Fenchurch St, Fenchurch Ave and Aldgate High Street