Norwich Globes

11th May 2019 - 1st September 2019

Part of Norfolk & Norwich Festival

'Blurring the boundaries of painting and sculpture."

The Guardian

Explore a series of radical and beautiful artworks depicting some of Norwich's most curious and memorable landmarks. Discover Will Teather's panoramic spheres spread across the city's cultural quarter, on a journey that will take you through everywhere from curiosity shops to a Victorian pharmacy. Use this map to guide you across the city- see an online version of the map here:

Commissioned by Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

With support from Arts Council England, Norfolk Museums Service & Norfolk County Council.

About the Locations:

The Bird Gallery at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery

Nestled amongst an ornithologist's dream world within this fabulous medieval monument.

24 Castle Meadow, Norwich

Monday to Saturday 10am-4.30pm, Sunday 1-4.30pm. Included in museum admission

The Royal Arcade

The arcade is an art nouveau masterpiece in the heart of the cities shopping district.

The Royal Arcade is situated between Gentleman's Walk and Castle Street, in front of Norwich Market.

8am -11pm daily. Free admission

The Pharmacy at Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell

An extraordinary recreation of an early 20th century pharmacist's shop within the museum of the city.

Bridewell Alley, Norwich

Tuesday to Saturday 10am-4.30pm. Included in museum admission

P.Milne's Antiques and Curios

A curiosity shop & taxidermists. Up a side court of the city's historic Elm Hill.

2 Wrights Court, Elm Hill, Norwich

Please be aware that the street is cobbled & there are 2 steps up to the court.

Monday to Saturday 10.00am-5.30pm. Free admission. Closed 1st-10th June.