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 15 Art Trails to choose from this year and details and maps can be found below and from participating artist's studios.

Guide map

Two Rivers Trail

Gaywood, Terrington St Clement, Walpole St Peter, Eau Brink, Wiggenhall St Mary the Virgin, Wiggenhall St Germans.
West Norfolk & King's Lynn  

Dates 26, 27, 28 May, 1, 2, 3, 9, 10 June.

Artists Louise Stebbing, Alison Kramarchuk, Garry Hobbs, Patrick Hillard, Anita O’Neill, Diane Hunt, The Greenland Fishery Project

Details This trail covers the artists in the far west Norfolk rural area crossing the two rivers at Wiggenhall. A wide variety of work to see, paintings, textiles, weaving , ceramics, jewellery, metalwork , enamelling and printmaking. Instagram:

Contact Louise Stebbing:, 07810 243090, 01553 812220

Guide map

The Castle Acre Trail

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

Dates 26, 27, 28 May, 2, 3, 9 and 10 June

Artists Carolyn Ash, Helen Breach, Peter Lawton, Karen Wadham, Les Williams, Jennifer and Tony Woodward and Davey, Holly Woodward-Davey

Details The Castle Acre trail offers the best to see in Norfolk arts and crafts. Set within the beautiful Nar Valley, the Trail provides the location for the perfect day out.

Contact Helen Breach: 01760 755425