Museums at Home
How to Book:
Admission to the exhibition is included in general admission to the Castle. It’s best to book tickets in advance as visitor numbers are limited:
Please check the Norwich Castle website for further information, including the measures that have been put in place to keep you safe and which areas of the Castle are open to the public: www.norfolk.museums.gov.uk
Time and Tide BlogTime & Tide Museum have launched the Great Yarmouth Museums blog where you can read about John Ives, the ‘original curator’, hear from Chair of Yarmouth & Waveney Pride about their recent donation of a t-shirt from the first ever pride event in Great Yarmouth, and much more.
Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse - Tails from the Farm!If you are missing the great outdoors (and who isn’t) take a look at the Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse social media posts. The site is closed but essential work continues to make sure the animals are fed, happy and healthy and staff are sharing photos of some of our farmyard friends taken during their daily rounds.
Recreating art in your own home
If you’ve been anywhere near social media in the last few weeks you’ll be hard pushed to have missed the amazing #TussenKunstenQuarataine (between art and quarantine).
If you have missed out, take a look, people everywhere are re-creating works of art in their homes with costumes and props and a lot of loo roll! If you’d like to re-create anything from the Norfolk Museums collections you can find our images here – and we’d love to see the results, so please @ us in!