Visiting the trail

We can't wait for you to come and discover the Canary Wharf canines at Paws on the Wharf! 

The total trail distance is approximately five and a half kilometres but is set out in 'Areas'. Each Area has a cluster of sculptures. That way, you can choose to visit as many areas as you wish.

We have a free accessible trail map that you can download, plus different options to help you with visiting and experiencing the trail.

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Pick up a printed trail map

You can collect a free printed trail map in Canary Wharf from the following locations:

  • Our pop-up shop during our events - see the events page for when these are happening.

  • Canary Wharf - One Canada Square 24/7 reception.

  • Canary Wharf - Minigolf at Montgomery Square (open 12pm - 6pm daily - but may be closed in extreme weather conditions).

Experience the trail with the NaviLens App

We are using NaviLens codes and NaviLens QR codes on our trail to help people with sight loss better experience the trail when using the NaviLens App. The NaviLens codes and QR codes are positioned on each sculpture plinth to help you locate the sculptures in the trail areas, and to enable you to listen to audio information about the sculptures, artists and sponsors.

Find out more about this accessible technology and how to download it before you visit.

Book on a sighted guide and sensory tour

We're offering a limited number of free bookable sighted guide and sensory tours through the event period.

Order a large print trail map or braille guide

If you'd like to receive the trail map in large format or a braille guide, please email the team at to request the format you require.

Please note that we will need five working days' notice so that we can produce the guide and send it via the post. 

Download our digital trail map and location information

Use our trail map to navigate the trail and find all the sculptures. Please note that this includes a visual map which may not be accessible to everyone. To help, we have also provided an accessible Word document that includes information about the sculptures and their locations.

Digital accessible trail map

Sculpture information and location document

Directional information

The following provides information on the locations of all the sculptures. The sculptures are grouped across five main areas of Canary Wharf and are numbered 1 to 25.

Note: all directional instructions are from the head of the dog sculpture.

Don't forget, when you are in one of the sculpture Areas, you can also use the NaviLens App to help you locate the sculptures along with the following directional support.

Area 1

There are seven sculptures located in Area 1.

The starting point of Area 1 is Sculpture 1, located in the centre of Jubilee Park, opposite the entrance to Jubilee Place Shopping Mall entrance.

Area 2

There are six sculptures located in Area 2.

The starting point of Area 2 is Sculpture 8, located in Crossrail Place, by the east entrance to the Elizabeth Line and in front of Canada Place Mall.

Area 3

There are seven sculptures located in Area 3.

The starting point of Area 3 is Sculpture 14, located to the east side of Wren Landing, which can be approached from North Colonnade, or Fishermans Walk. If approaching from Fishermans Walk, there is a lift to the west of Wren Landing.

Area 4

There are three sculptures located in Area A.

The starting point of Area 4 is Sculpture 21, located on the riverside of Westferry Circus beside the Vanishing Point sculpture.

Area 5

There are two sculptures located in Area 5.

The starting point of Area 5 is Sculpture 24, located on Berkeley: South Quay Plaza.

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