Elephant Parade

The Elephant Parade is back in the UK for it's first ever national tour: 14 venues over 375 days, featuring more than 100 Elephant Parade statues.

Elephant Parade is the world’s largest open air art exhibition of decorated elephant statues. It aims to raise public awareness and support for Asian elephant conservation.
 It is making it's  first visit to Nottingham after a series of other incredible  public art exhibitions held in top cities across the world including Singapore, Milan, Copenhagen, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and London.

There are beautiful elephants on display at both centres, (Victoria and Broadmarsh) as well as the Nottingham Tourism Centre, throughout January and the collection also includes will include six smaller elephants designed by local school children.

The national tour is being presented by intu, owner and manager of some of the UK’s leading shopping centres and at the moment.

I wish these beautiful creatures were a permanent feature in the shopping centre in Nottingham as they really do brighten up the place. I think they are so striking and are a brilliant way to raise awareness of the growing problem of people poaching elephants. 


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