Last few days to view CoExistence exhibition!

Friday 23rd July marks the final day for the public to view our majestic elephants in Green Park and Berkeley Square

There are just 4 days left for you to walk amongst our CoExistence elephants!

The herds in St James’s Park have migrated up to join their pachyderm pals in Green Park ahead of their big move next weekend.

After Friday 23rd July, the elephants will be moving into their new residences across the country and abroad.

If you’ve not yet purchased an elephant, you can still do so! We are taking commissions and encourage you to visit the herd whilst you still can so that you can pick one that we can have recreated just for you.

To find out more or to make an enquiry head to the CoExistence website.

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