It’s proved a grand day out for visitors, but the Gromit Unleashed charity trail has moved to a new, all be it temporary, home.
More than 200,000 people are thought to have taken part in the walk, which saw 80 statues dotted around the city.
The Gromits have all be decorated by well-known celebrities and artists, and have been moved off the streets and in to Beacon House in Clifton where they will be on public display before being auctioned off next month.
The trail was organised to raise money for the charity Wallace and Gromit's Grand Appeal which supports Bristol Children’s Hospital.
More than £20,000 has already been raised by people downloading a mobile phone app which helped them to locate the statues and send in pictures of those they visited.
The auction takes place on October 3, the 80 statues will be on public display until September 22.