Do you have a passion for art? Then the Sculpture Park as the Sainsbury Centre will blow you away with its incredible art, architecture and natural beauty. Stroll around the scenic grounds of the Sainsbury Centre designed by the award-winning Norman-Foster and prepare to have your breath taken away by the outstanding work by notable artists. 

Where can I enjoy art for free in Norwich?

The Sculpture Park in central Norwich will have you in awe and unlock your creativity for absolutely free!

You will also be amidst the campus of the University of East Anglia as you take in the views. The park is open to everyone, not just students of UEA and you can visit from 10 am-6 pm. Featuring the intriguing work of notable artists such as Henry Moore, Elisabeth Frink, Lynn Chadwick, Liliane Lijn and Antony Gormley there is no shortage of views. Not only is there amazing architecture and art instalments but you will be immersed in a bemusing natural environment home to a population of wild rabbits and habitats for rare and endangered species. Take in more of nature’s art through the 350 acres of parkland with a stunning variety of fauna and flora.

  • On-site gift shop
  • Opening times are from 10 am till 6 pm
  • Just 3 miles outside of Norwich City Centre
  • No booking required
  • free entry

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