Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
Largely remodelled in the 17th century for Sir Henry Hobart, James I's chief justice, Blickling Hall began life in the 11th century as a...
Art-nouveau Norwich, Georgian dandies and 1000 years of history are among the themes for these 1½-hour guided strolls. Run by the...
Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell
Best be on your best behaviour: 14th-century Bridewell is a former house of correction, a 'prison for women, beggars and tramps'....
Formica tables, chilled tunes, cupcakes and cocktails make this beatnik drinking den a one-of-a-kind delight. Drop by for a Bums Life...
Understated elegance is everywhere here: pale floorboards, white linen and unobtrusive service. Dishes might include venison with figs,...
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Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts information
The region's most important centre for the arts is housed in the first major public building by renowned architect Norman Foster. Its eclectic collections include works by Picasso, Moore, Degas and Bacon, and are displayed beside curios from Africa, the Pacific and the Americas.
The gallery is in the University of East Anglia's grounds, 2 miles west of the city centre. To get there take bus 25, 22 or 26.