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Paws on the Wharf art trail

Paws on the Wharf art trail
Paws on the Wharf is an accessible art trail presented by Guide Dogs and Wild in Art. It’s an exciting free outdoor public trail in Canary Wharf and the Tower Hamlets borough, showcasing 25 larger-than-life guide dog sculptures individually decorated by talented artists.

A celebration of iconic life-changing guide dogs, Paws on the Wharf is supported by Citi and hosted by Canary Wharf Group and Canal and River Trust. It aims to raise awareness and vital funds to support the work of Guide Dogs through creativity and art.

There will be various special events hosted during the trail. Find out more at: www.guidedogs.org.uk/paws-on-the-wharf/events/

This will be an accessible art trail providing support to help you visit the trail. There is a free accessible and downloadable trail map, the option to order a large print or braille guide, plus free bookable sighted guide and sensory tours. Find out about the ways you can visit the trail at: www.guidedogs.org.uk/paws-on-the-wharf/visiting-the-trail/

If you have a nose for adventure, come and discover the trail, running from 25 March to 17 May.
Find out more at www.guidedogs.org.uk/paws-on-the-wharf/
This is a free event and is a public exhibition, so you can visit any time between 25 March to 17 May 2024.
Canary Wharf London
Mon 25 Mar to Fri 17 May