Inflatable Stonehenge replica appears in Victoria Park

PUBLISHED: 15:18 08 August 2012

Visitors in Victoria park jump in

Visitors in Victoria park jump in "Sacrilege", an inflatable reproduction of Stonehenge created by Jeremy Oeller which is touring around London venues.


Visitors to Victoria Park today (Wednesday) explored a life-sized inflatable replica of Stonehenge, installed as part of BT London Live.

Visitors to Victoria Park today (Wednesday) explored a life-sized inflatable replica of Stonehenge, installed as part of BT London Live.

The bouncy version of the monument was in the park for one day only as part of its summer tour of the capital as part of the Olympic celebrations.

It was designed by Turner Prize winning artist James Deller, and allowed people to either bounce, walk or run around to gain a unique perspective on the scale of Stonehenge.

Speaking before the installation arrived in the park, Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said: “Not only it is a piece of art but a free and fun attraction, which I have no doubt will be a great hit with people visiting Victoria Park, especially families seeking out summer holiday entertainment.”

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