Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
29 locals recommend ·
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The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is an inspirational public art museum on the campus of the University of East Anglia.
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Part of the University of East Anglia, the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts should be included in your Norwich itinerary. Highlights of this impressive modern structure include its displays of modern art by the likes of Picasso, Giacometti, and Henry Moore. It also boasts a large collection of…
Sainsbury Collection of Arts is a lovely place to visit. Free entry and tours. Special Exhibitions, which are normally downstairs, will have an entry charge. If you turn right to the end of the building there is a lovely restaurant looking out on to sculptures in the garden. It is situated in the…
I like coming here for a relaxing walk around the exhibits, a bite of lunch in the nice cafe and then a stroll around the lake. All in the grounds of University o East Anglia in Norwich. About twenty minute drive from here.
Well worth visiting if you're keen on art. As well as changing and exhibitions and the permanent collection, there's an excellent and very reasonably priced cafe.
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