Secrets of the Sculptures
A walking tour of unexplored artworks in Crystal Palace Park.
Saturday 27th April 11am
Join City Guide Andrea Clayton Vail to meet a winged goddess, mythical sphinxes, a medieval poet, and a friendly gorilla.
Booking through Eventbrite using
garden volunteering - spring dates
Get involved in winter gardening activities, including garden volunteering and trips within the London area.
Next volunteering sessions 10am - 12noon, 5th and 26th April
To get involved contact or 020 8064 2723
Marsh Award for Volunteers in museum learning
Volunteers involved with the Sculptures of Crystal Palace Park project are winners of the London Regional Marsh Award.
Volunteers got involved in research and design. During 2022 they were able to produce original research and share that learning in several accessible ways.
Invisible Palace worked in partnership with Paxton Green Time Bank, Willow Learning for Life and Crystal Palace Museum.
Invisible Palace Shop
To celebrate the Marsh Award we've made a commemorative mug! We've also made T-shirts and a bag inspired by the Psyche Abandoned statue in Crystal Palace Park. All available through sustainable supplier Teemill. The T-shirts are made from 50% recycled cotton, the closed loop system allows worn out T-shirts to be returned for a £5 discount off your next purchase. Printed on demand.
The Great Body Part Hunt
Can you find all the missing body parts and make your own new sculpture?
Download and play in Crystal Palace Park
Part of Crystal Palace Park Trust - Summer of Play, designed by Jane Porter
Secrets of the Sculptures - download the booklet and game
Click the links below to download PDF versions of a walking trail and board game telling the stories of overlooked sculptures in Crystal Palace Park
self-guided walks from the Vicar's Oak
Over summer 2020 Invisible Palace worked in partnership The Norwood Society to produce two self-guided walks. These are available now at local cafes and shops round Crystal Palace Triangle.​​​​​​​ Or can be downloaded from our website.
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