For 11 weeks this summer 55 large T.rex, 24 Steppe Mammoth and 98 smaller Breakasaurus sculptures will be prowling the streets and shores of Norwich and Norfolk for you go GoGoDiscover.
This fun, family trail is here thanks to the sponsorship of local businesses and the creativity of artists, schools, and community groups.
Bringing you outdoors for some serious dino hunting isn’t all they’ll achieve. This prehistoric herd has a goal to stamp out the mammoth expectations faced by young adults when they leave care.
When you GoGo, you’ll help to make life better for the people Break supports. Put £1 in the box when you pick up your map, scan your favourite sculpture's QR code to donate, or find out how you can do something T.riffic here.
The charity sculpture trail is delivered by East Anglia-based children’s charity Break, in partnership with Wild in Art.
You can pick up a trail map at one of the hubs dotted around the county.
Hubs are located at locations including: The Forum, The Royal Arcade, Jarrold (3rd floor by Rex), Langleys in Chantry Place, Maids Head Hotel, Pensthorpe Nature Reserve gift shop, ROARR! Dinosaur Adventure, Holkham, Break shop on Unthank Road, Duke’s Head Hotel, Kings Lynn, Norfolk Cottages, High Street, Holt, Sea View Café, West Runton.
You can also find maps in our Break shops across the county.
When you GoGoDiscover you can make lives better to young adults leaving care. Please consider the £1 suggested donation to Break when downloading or picking up your trail map.
Charitable donations are a huge part of making the work we do at Break come alive. Every pound you donate allows us to enrich the services we provide children and young people and ensure lifelong support in the same way any parent would for their own children.
Your money directly impacts vulnerable children and young adults in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. Working together we can make amazing things happen.