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Sunday 03 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Sunday 03 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Sunday 03 July 2016
Strangers' Hall
Date:
Sunday 03 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Free with museum admission


01603 667229
museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Summer Sundays

Relax with refreshments and the Sunday papers in Strangers' garden. Play traditional garden games and hear Sonnets and Snippets recited by local thespians.

Sunday 03 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Sunday 03 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Monday 04 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Monday 04 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Monday 04 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Monday 04 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Tuesday 05 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Tuesday 05 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Tuesday 05 July 2016
Norwich Castle
Date:
Tuesday 05 July 2016
Times: 12:30 - 13:00  
Price:   Free with museum admission


01603 495897
museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Tuesday Lunchtime talks, Where's the 'show' in the British Art Show

Harriet Loffler, Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery.

Tuesday 05 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Tuesday 05 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Tuesday 05 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Tuesday 05 July 2016
Times: 10:30 - 12:00   10.30am to 12 noon
Price:   £2 or £1 for Museums Pass Holders and Friends


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Knit and Knatter

Join us to knit, chat and have a cup of tea or coffee.

Tuesday 05 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Tuesday 05 July 2016
Times: 13:30 - 15:00   1.30pm to 3pm
Price:   Free with museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Dolls House Club

Learn how to create miniature furniture and items for a dolls house. Advanced booking essential tel 01842 752599

Wednesday 06 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Wednesday 06 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Wednesday 06 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Wednesday 06 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Thursday 07 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Thursday 07 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Thursday 07 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Thursday 07 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Friday 08 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Friday 08 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Friday 08 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Friday 08 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Friday 08 July 2016
Norwich Castle
Date:
Friday 08 July 2016
Times: 12:30 - 12:30  
Price:   Free with museum admission


01603 495897
museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Live guides for British Art Show8

Join one of our live guides for a tour of the exhibition and their particular insight into the work on show. Fridays at 12:30

Saturday 09 July 2016
Norwich Castle
Date:
Saturday 09 July 2016
Times: 17:00 - 22:00  
Price:   Free admission


01603 495897
museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Late night museum takeover

Join Young Norfolk Arts Festival and NUA students for an evening inspired by BAS8.

Saturday 09 July 2016
Norwich Castle
Date:
Saturday 09 July 2016
Times: 10:30 - 15:30  
Price:   Free with museum admission


01603 495897
museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Stonemasonry Demonstrations

The Guild Master and his stonemason apprentices from Gildencraft Stone Masonry* demonstrate the artistry and precision of their ancient craft; marking the 920th anniversary of the medieval Guild of St Stephen & St George and the construction of Norwich Castle. *Gildencraft Stone Masonry C.I.C. trains apprentice stonemasons and mates (labourers) promoting and sustaining the ancient craft of stonemasonry. For more information, visit www.gildencraft.co.uk/site

Saturday 09 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Saturday 09 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Saturday 09 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Saturday 09 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Sunday 10 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Sunday 10 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Sunday 10 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Sunday 10 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Sunday 10 July 2016
Strangers' Hall
Date:
Sunday 10 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Free with museum admission


01603 667229
museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Summer Sundays

Relax with refreshments and the Sunday papers in Strangers' garden. Play traditional garden games and hear Sonnets and Snippets recited by local thespians.

Sunday 10 July 2016
Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse
Date:
Sunday 10 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 17:00   10am - 5pm
Price:   Standard admission price.


01362 860563
gressenhall.museum@norfolk.gov.uk
Gressenhall Goes Wild

Search for Gressenhall’s wild side and get closer to nature. Become a nature detective and see what bugs and beasties you can discover.

Monday 11 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Monday 11 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.

Monday 11 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Monday 11 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Tuesday 12 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Tuesday 12 July 2016
Times: 10:00 - 16:00   10am to 4pm
Price:   Included in museum admission


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Flint Rocks! Exhibition

Everything you ever wanted to know about flint but were afraid to ask. From fossils to flakes and soldiers to strike-a-lights, this exhibition throws light on this very versatile stone. Discover the people who worked and used it, and find out about flint’s Japanese cousin, obsidian.

Tuesday 12 July 2016
Ancient House
Date:
Tuesday 12 July 2016
Times: 10:30 - 12:00   1030am to 12 noon
Price:   £2 or £1 for Museums Pass Holders and Friends


01842 752599
ancienthouse@norfolk.gov.uk
Spinning

Our spinning group is affiliated to Diss Guild of Spinners, Dyers and Weavers. We offer free tuition and the opportunity to hire a Guild wheel before you commit. Teaching places are limited and need to be pre-booked (tel 01842 752599) but experienced spinners are welcome to join at any time.

Tuesday 12 July 2016
Time & Tide
Date:
Tuesday 12 July 2016
Times: None - None  
Price:   Included in museum admission - Adult £5.50, Conc. £5.20, Young person (4-18) £4.40 Family tickets (1 adult + children) £14.00, (2 adults + children) £18.70, Twilight ticket (1 hour before closing) £2.00


01493 743930
yarmouth.museums@norfolk.gov.uk
Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock

Harry Hammond was Britain's leading showbiz photographer for nearly two decades. Starting in the late 1940s, he captured the definitive images of virtually every leading British musician, as well as many visiting American artists. From Tommy Steele to the Beatles and Shirley Bassey to Dusty Springfield, Harry Hammond captured the emergence of the British rock 'n' rollers. This exhibition promises to take visitors on a journey back to the birth of British rock through photographs from the collections of the V&A.