Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts


Inspirational public art museum in a world-class Norman Foster building at the University of East Anglia (UEA).

Set in acres of countryside by the river. Visit the spectacular outdoor art exhibitions by Henry Moore and a sculpture garden. Modern art donated by Lord and Lady Sainsbury, including works by Pablo Picasso, Francis Bacon and Edgar Degas, and world art spanning 5,000 years of human creativity. Regular special exhibitions and a programme of events day and night.

Admission free – charges for some special exhibitions.

Daily Guided Tours of the Sainsbury Collection Tuesday – Sunday 11am* and 2pm*
* Subject to availability. These times may be subject to change.
Price: Free

Groups and school visits welcome.

Galleries fully accessible to wheelchair users.

Restaurant open Monday-Friday 9.30am-5pm, lunch served midday-2.30pm.

Three new sculptures are to be added by acclaimed artist Antony Gormley!

The centre can be reached by the First Buses number 25 route, which travels to and from Norwich station.

How to get there

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts