The Giants are returning to Liverpool and their route around the city has finally been revealed.
The entire event runs from 23-27 July.
On Friday July 25th the Giants will descend on Newsham park, spending a night there before moving on the next day.
Set to be the UK's flagship 2014 World War One commemoration event, Memories of August 1914, welcomes back the Little Girl Giant and her faithful pet dog Xolo in a special event marking the outbreak of the Great War.
Liverpool City Council's cabinet member for culture and tourism, Councillor Wendy Simon, said: "We have spent months working with the French team looking at the route, with one of our main aims being that the visit of the giants should benefit wider communities."
The Government has chosen the North West to host the country's flagship event for this year's commemoriation of the First World War centenary.
Liverpool will host the event - millions of people are expected to watch five days of street theatre from the company who brought three giant puppets to the city in 2012.
Two of the puppets will return to tell the moving story of how Britain prepared for war 100 years ago.
Organisers hope it will fire the imagination of young people to learn more about the history of the conflict.
Andy Bonner reports.
The giant puppets that boosted Liverpool's economy by 30 million pounds in 2012 are set to return this summer.
It is part of the city's commemoration of the outbreak of the First World War.
Our Merseyside correspondent Andy Bonner reports.