Whizz-Kidz Morph Epic Art Adventure in London

19th June 2023

Looking for a fun day out in London this summer? We’ve got just the event for you. An awesome free, public, and step-free art trail is coming to the capital, connecting some of London’s greatest attractions into one epic outdoor gallery.


Morph's Epic Art Adventure will see over fifty giant sculptures of the beloved children’s character, Morph, installed around the city, from the South Bank and London Bridge to St Paul’s Cathedral and Spitalfields Market in East London. Go from spot to spot, searching for Morph, with each colourful design crazier than the last.


Hosted by young persons’ mobility charity, Whizz-Kidz, the event is completely step-free, making it one of the first accessible art trails of its kind. National Rail, in partnership with Whizz-Kidz is sponsoring one of the pieces on show, On Guard, by artist Hannah Lewin. Taking inspiration from the King’s Guards, complete with fibreglass Busby, neat red jacket and polished shoes, it can be found at Hay’s Galleria near London Bridge Station.


To help you plan your experience of the trail, which kicks off on 19 June, we’ve put together this handy guide. From key dates and details to all the crucial travel information, here’s everything you need to know about Morph's Epic Art Adventure.


And remember, when you travel to London with a Railcard, you can save 1/3 off your train fare. At just £30 for one year, and £20 for a Disabled Persons Railcard, you will have made up the cost of your Railcard in just one or two trips!


Planning your visit


The essentials 


When is the best time to visit?

The art trail will run from June 19 to August 20 this summer (2023). The installations will be open to visitors all day.


Do I need to book a ticket?

No, you do not need a ticket. The experience, which will see over fifty unique artworks of Morph placed at some of the city’s most iconic sites, is completely free.


Is there an age limit to the event?

The Morph's Epic Art Adventure is suitable for all ages.


How do I follow the trail?

You can download the trail map or view the map online by visiting the trail’s official website. Visit www.morphsadventurelondon.com or click on this link.


How do I get there by train?

Getting to London by train has never been easier. There are multiple train stations in the capital, which are well connected to the rest of the country.


  • If you’re travelling from the north of England or Scotland, you’ll most likely arrive at King’s Cross.
  • From the west, trains usually arrive in Paddington or Waterloo. Travelling up from Brighton and the south and you’re likely to arrive at London Bridge.
  • From any London station, you can take the London Underground to the installations.


Assistance when travelling by train

If you need assistance for your journey, there are certain things that National Rail can help you arrange ahead of time, such as wheelchair assistance.


Understanding that some customers will be more confident travelling with a little extra support and information, rail passengers can pre-book passenger assistance up to two hours in advance.


For more information about accessible train travel, as well as services and facilities available on trains and at stations, tap this link.


What to see and do


Tower Bridge

London’s most iconic bridge is a must-see during any trip to the capital. Built in the 1800s, this incredible Grade I listed suspension bridge is close to 4 Morph sculptures.



This quirky area of London has lots going on. Check out the street art of Brick Lane, do a bit of shopping in Spitalfields Market and feed the animals at Spitalfields City Farm. There are 4 installations next to the market, with many more in nearby Whitechapel.


Borough Market

Stop off for some lunch in Borough Market, one of the oldest food markets in the capital. From British cheeses and Italian cured meats to Middle Eastern mezze and Taiwanese street food, there’s something for all tastes. Keep an eye out for the sweet-themed Morph nearby.


The South Bank

Home to the Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe, the National Theatre and the South Bank Centre, there’s culture on tap along this part of the Thames. During the summer, the kids will love this lively part of London. There are 2 Morph sculptures right next to the Tate, too.


St. Paul's Cathedral

The spectacular St Paul’s Cathedral has stood tall over central London since 1710. There are 7 statues in the surrounding area, plus loads of kid-friendly places to eat, such as Shake Shack, Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Gordon Ramsey’s Street Pizza.


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For more information on Morph’s Epic Art Adventure visit www.NationalRail.co.uk/Morph