From Monday 13th May 2019 to Sunday 19th May 2019
Celebrate all the wonderful museums that Norwich has to offer - keep an eye on this page for more information coming soon.
Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery - One of the city's most iconic landmarks, Norwich Castle is home to wonderful collections of fine art, archaeology and natural history. Running until the 8th September, Norwich Castle is home to Viking: Rediscover the Legend, featuring objects from the British Museum and Yorkshire Museum.
Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell - Situated in Bridewell Alley, The Museum of Norwich tells the story of the city's industries and the people who worked and lived here. Explore how the production of shoes, chocolate and mustard helped to grow the city's wealth.
Strangers' Hall - Dating back to 1320, Strangers' Hall is one of the oldest and most fascinating buildings in Norwich. Wander through a maze of passages to discover a series of inter-linked rooms including the Tudor Great Hall, the Georgian Dining Room, Lady Paine's 17th Century bedroom and the Walnut Room.
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts - This world-class Norman Foster building is home to a wonderful array of exhibitions, including the permanent Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection. Alternatively, head out into the ground of the University of East Anglia (UEA) to explore the outdoor art by Henry Moore, Antony Gormley and many more.
The South Asia Collection - Housed in a restored Victorian Skating Rink on Bethel Street, this museum celebrates the wonderful art, crafts and culture that South Asia has to offer. You can find a wide variety of exhibitions focusing primarily on India & Pakistan.