A West End Art Walk With more than 400 public artworks in the City of Westminster, the central borough is one of the most sculpture-rich districts in London. Stately fountains and bronze monuments adorn the West End’s Royal Parks and squares, while several temporary installations pop up every month. The city council’s City of Sculpture project has enlivened the borough with contemporary pieces, creating a captivating mix of old and new. Outdoor displays can also frequently be seen at the Royal Academy and the Chelsea College of Arts. Combining city sights with artistic points of interest, we created a one-hour sculpture walk featuring a few of the area’s most interesting works. Follow this guide—starting at picturesque Hyde Park and ending on lively Oxford Street—for a taste of London’s vibrant outdoor arts scene.