The City of Carrollton has eleven bronze critters which have taken up residence throughout historic Downtown! Use clues to search for these beloved critters up and down Broadway and over off Main Street between Belt Line and Vandergriff.
Lee the Armadillo is strong, tough, and kind. He enjoys being where his friends in Fire Admin reside.
Hint: Look near Carrollton Fire Administration offices.
Crosby the Bee may be hard for you to see. Find him near the Downtown buzz and information on Carrollton’s history.
Hint: Think event advertising and historical information panels.
Carter the Chameleon enjoys his perch while taking a nap. Find him where you might reference a map.
Hint: He can help you find your way at Vandergriff and Broadway.
If you seek Jimmy the Fish, find him swimming where you make a wish.
Hint: Think water feature.
When Webb the Frog isn’t hopping around the block, find him on a path where people may walk.
Hint: Think large rectangular stepping stones.
Perry the Mouse has come out for a drink, hurry to find him because he will be gone in a blink.
Hint: Perry, like many mice, loves to be near clocks!
Whitty the Owl is old and wise. Finding him in a large tree should be no surprise.
Hint: Look for this tree where our “pioneers” founded Carrollton.
Jackson the Rabbit is enjoying a snack. Come join him near one of the historical plaques.
Hint: Jackson has a front row seat to live music on the Square.
Peter the Raccoon likes to play in the dark. During the day you might find him hiding in a park.
Hint: Peter loves concrete art and large flowers.
Sandy the Squirrel can usually be found enjoying the trees. This fun girl can climb them with ease.
Hint: Sandy loves her home state of Texas.
Thomas the Turtle likes to relax the day away. Come sit with him in his favorite spot along Broadway.
Hint: Look near 5th Avenue.
Meet the Artist!
Sanjana (Sanj) Gagrani is the artist behind the critters! After drawing each critter, her 2D images were sent to a company to be brought to life. Clay sculptures of each critter were created and then cast into their final bronze figures you search for today.
Sanj is a junior Marketing major at The University of Texas at Dallas. Though she learned art through more traditional mediums, she has used those skills as stepping stones into graphic design and fell in love with it.