Admire scale and form at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Norwich, Norfolk

Get excited at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich this summer – a museum which will inspire even the most intrepid traveller.

Cultural holidays are as good for the soul as the heart and at the Sainsbury Centre museum – with its outstanding works of world and modern European art – your heart and soul will be nourished. 

Whether inside the award-winning building designed by renowned architect Lord Norman Foster or outside admiring the scale and form of a Henry Moore sculpture, visitors are laid bare to world-class collections and temporary exhibitions, some of whose exhibits have never before been seen in England.

Francis Bacon was a personal friend of Lord and Lady Sainsbury and, this summer, permanent Bacon art works combine with other masters to produce a sensational groundbreaking exhibition which has travelled directly from the Hermitage in St Petersburg.

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