Art has long been a story in Norwich with many of the city’s attractions featuring exhibition spaces and permanent galleries. But when the museums and galleries have closed what art is there to see?
Norwich has seven amazing large outdoor murals to see all year round – no entrance charge, no opening and closing times – just there to be enjoyed all year round for everyone.
Pymm & Co - Designed by Poppy Cole, this inaugural mural depicts a quirky street scene. Colourful & enchanting, this wonderful mural features many of Norwich’s iconic buildings, such as the Castle and Cathedral.
Hatch Brenner - Designed by Beverley Coaraldean, the high profile mural on Theatre Street catches the eye of passers-by with the unique line art mural, taking you on a visual trip through the streets of Norwich.
Red Lion Street - Designed by Malca Shotten, the beautiful and vibrant cheeky dragon keeps an eye on the city! Dragons hasve been associated with the city of Norwich since the Middle Ages.
Virgin Money Lounge - Designed by Derek Jackson, this mural is one to admire from a distance to truly appreciate the 3D effect. The City of Stories is transformed, as some of Norwich’s most iconic buildings are represented as books.
Pottergate - Designed by Julia Allum, stacks of books are used to create a Norfolk landscape, with the river Wensum running through Bishops bridge into a broads scene on the left of the mural.
Tickety Boo! - Designed by Ella Goodwin and best viewed from Bedford Street, the illustration of the cats feature a landscape of vibrant florals and a cutaway design to reveal the “insides” of the building.
Castle House - Designed by Joey LaMeche, you will feel the awe of this mural as you walk underneath, The Market-Place of the Iceni is bustling with all kind of interesting characters including Queen Boudica herself!
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