Art Trails in West Norfolk & King’s Lynn

Art Trails are organised by Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios artists, and offer visitors the opportunity to make a day of their studio visits as well as explore the local area. There are 16 Art Trails to choose from this year and details and maps can be found below and from participating artist's studios.

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Wide Fields and Big Skies

Great Bircham, Thornham, Ringstead, Heacham
West Norfolk & King's Lynn  

Dates 25,26,27 May & 1,2 June, 10am - 5pm (see individual artist's profiles for their open times)

Artists Esther Boehm, Sarah Burt, Melanie Venes, C. Julie Witt, Julie Clark, Helga Joergens, Barbara King, David Lendrum, Cass Wedd, Alan Witley

Details See paintings, textiles, sculptures and more at artists' studios while enjoying a drive through some of the most beautiful countryside connecting Great Bircham, Thornham, Ringstead and Heacham. Total driving time one way is approx. 30 minutes.

Contact 01485 570506, 07538 986235

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Castle Acre Trail

Castle Acre, West Acre, Swaffham
West Norfolk & King's Lynn  

Dates 25,26,27 May, 1,2, & 8,9 June 2019

Artists Carolyn Ash, Helen Breach, Jasper Jacob, Sue Kingston, Peter Lawton, Abbey Stirling, Karen Wadham, Les Williams, Janette Williams, Jennifer Woodward, Tony Davey, Maureen Baker, Castle Acre C of E Primary Academy

Details The Castle Acre Trail consistently offers the best to see in Norfolk arts and crafts. Set within the beautiful Nar Valley, this trail provides the location and experience for the perfect day out. Walk from one village to another, making time to stop at either The Stag pub in West Acre or The Ostrich in Castle Acre. This walk, part of the Nar Valley way, was described as one of the best in Britain by Readers Digest. It takes you through woodland, water meadow and into historic and medieval villages with castles and priories to explore, as well as the most exceptional art!

Contact 01760 755425