What’s on when I visit

Feb
1
Thu
Only in England at the Time & Tide Museum @ Time and Tide Museum
Feb 1 – Apr 15 all-day

Touring exhibition from the Science Museum/National Media Museum of photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr.

Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw as a disappearing way of life.

Humorous yet melancholy, these works had a profound influence on photographer Martin Parr. Parr has now made a new selection, including over 30 previously unseen works from the National Science and Media Museum’s Ray-Jones archive. Shown alongside The Non-Conformists (Parr’s rarely seen work from the 1970s), this selection demonstrates the close relationships between the work of these two important photographers.

To coincide with the exhibition, we’ll also be showing some archive images from the Great Yarmouth collections, as well as inviting local photographers to submit their own images inspired by the theme ‘Only in the East’.

Snowdrops at Raveningham Hall @ Raveningham Hall
Feb 1 – Feb 28 all-day

Located in a vast and stunning 5,500 acres of South Norfolk countryside is Raveningham Hall, the mid 18th century, Grad II* listed country estate that has been home to the Bacon family since 1735.

From Thursday 1st February, snowdrop season begins and continues throughout the month, encouraging visitors to view the stunning bed of snow-white flowers that carpets the estate. After your snowdrop walk, duck into the tea room for tea and cake or a warming bowl of soup.

The Raveningham Estate is open throughout February (closed Saturdays), 11am to 4pm. Guided snowdrop tours can be taken on Sunday 11th February at 11.30am and 2.30pm, call 01508 548152 to book

Feb
2
Fri
Only in England at the Time & Tide Museum @ Time and Tide Museum
Feb 2 – Apr 17 all-day

Touring exhibition from the Science Museum/National Media Museum of photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr.

Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw as a disappearing way of life.

Humorous yet melancholy, these works had a profound influence on photographer Martin Parr. Parr has now made a new selection, including over 30 previously unseen works from the National Science and Media Museum’s Ray-Jones archive. Shown alongside The Non-Conformists (Parr’s rarely seen work from the 1970s), this selection demonstrates the close relationships between the work of these two important photographers.

To coincide with the exhibition, we’ll also be showing some archive images from the Great Yarmouth collections, as well as inviting local photographers to submit their own images inspired by the theme ‘Only in the East’.

Snowdrops at Raveningham Hall @ Raveningham Hall
Feb 2 – Mar 1 all-day

Located in a vast and stunning 5,500 acres of South Norfolk countryside is Raveningham Hall, the mid 18th century, Grad II* listed country estate that has been home to the Bacon family since 1735.

From Thursday 1st February, snowdrop season begins and continues throughout the month, encouraging visitors to view the stunning bed of snow-white flowers that carpets the estate. After your snowdrop walk, duck into the tea room for tea and cake or a warming bowl of soup.

The Raveningham Estate is open throughout February (closed Saturdays), 11am to 4pm. Guided snowdrop tours can be taken on Sunday 11th February at 11.30am and 2.30pm, call 01508 548152 to book

Feb
3
Sat
Only in England at the Time & Tide Museum @ Time and Tide Museum
Feb 3 – Apr 18 all-day

Touring exhibition from the Science Museum/National Media Museum of photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr.

Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw as a disappearing way of life.

Humorous yet melancholy, these works had a profound influence on photographer Martin Parr. Parr has now made a new selection, including over 30 previously unseen works from the National Science and Media Museum’s Ray-Jones archive. Shown alongside The Non-Conformists (Parr’s rarely seen work from the 1970s), this selection demonstrates the close relationships between the work of these two important photographers.

To coincide with the exhibition, we’ll also be showing some archive images from the Great Yarmouth collections, as well as inviting local photographers to submit their own images inspired by the theme ‘Only in the East’.

Snowdrop Walks at Walsingham Abbey @ Walsingham Abbey
Feb 3 – Mar 4 all-day

The historical Walsingham Abbey, dating back to the 11th century, is surrounded by an 18-acre woodland. The two villages, Little Walsingham and Great Walsingham, are packed with fascinating historic buildings and the medieval Walsingham Priory is a popular pilgrimage site.

There will be different varieties of snowdrops to see including some rarer flowers to spot.

Walsingham Abbey will be open from Saturday 27th January to Sunday 4th March from 10am to 4pm. Admission is £5 for adults and £2.50 for children (age 6 to 16)

Snowdrops at Blickling Hall
Feb 3 – Feb 28 all-day

The National Trust-owned Blickling Estate is comprised of the grand country house, built on the ruins of an older property in the early 17th century, and its extensive grounds that includes 500 acres of woodland, 450 acres parkland and 3,500 acres of farmland.

The woodland is dotted with clusters of pretty snowdrops at the end of winter, the perfect accompaniments for a tranquil walk.

The house, garden, park and café are all open during February, with the park open dawn to dusk for snowdrop walks. Please check the website for full opening times and prices

Snowdrops at Raveningham Hall @ Raveningham Hall
Feb 3 – Mar 2 all-day

Located in a vast and stunning 5,500 acres of South Norfolk countryside is Raveningham Hall, the mid 18th century, Grad II* listed country estate that has been home to the Bacon family since 1735.

From Thursday 1st February, snowdrop season begins and continues throughout the month, encouraging visitors to view the stunning bed of snow-white flowers that carpets the estate. After your snowdrop walk, duck into the tea room for tea and cake or a warming bowl of soup.

The Raveningham Estate is open throughout February (closed Saturdays), 11am to 4pm. Guided snowdrop tours can be taken on Sunday 11th February at 11.30am and 2.30pm, call 01508 548152 to book

Feb
4
Sun
Only in England at the Time & Tide Museum @ Time and Tide Museum
Feb 4 – Apr 19 all-day

Touring exhibition from the Science Museum/National Media Museum of photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr.

Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw as a disappearing way of life.

Humorous yet melancholy, these works had a profound influence on photographer Martin Parr. Parr has now made a new selection, including over 30 previously unseen works from the National Science and Media Museum’s Ray-Jones archive. Shown alongside The Non-Conformists (Parr’s rarely seen work from the 1970s), this selection demonstrates the close relationships between the work of these two important photographers.

To coincide with the exhibition, we’ll also be showing some archive images from the Great Yarmouth collections, as well as inviting local photographers to submit their own images inspired by the theme ‘Only in the East’.

Snowdrop Walks at Walsingham Abbey @ Walsingham Abbey
Feb 4 – Mar 5 all-day

The historical Walsingham Abbey, dating back to the 11th century, is surrounded by an 18-acre woodland. The two villages, Little Walsingham and Great Walsingham, are packed with fascinating historic buildings and the medieval Walsingham Priory is a popular pilgrimage site.

There will be different varieties of snowdrops to see including some rarer flowers to spot.

Walsingham Abbey will be open from Saturday 27th January to Sunday 4th March from 10am to 4pm. Admission is £5 for adults and £2.50 for children (age 6 to 16)

Snowdrops at Blickling Hall
Feb 4 – Mar 1 all-day

The National Trust-owned Blickling Estate is comprised of the grand country house, built on the ruins of an older property in the early 17th century, and its extensive grounds that includes 500 acres of woodland, 450 acres parkland and 3,500 acres of farmland.

The woodland is dotted with clusters of pretty snowdrops at the end of winter, the perfect accompaniments for a tranquil walk.

The house, garden, park and café are all open during February, with the park open dawn to dusk for snowdrop walks. Please check the website for full opening times and prices

Snowdrops at Raveningham Hall @ Raveningham Hall
Feb 4 – Mar 3 all-day

Located in a vast and stunning 5,500 acres of South Norfolk countryside is Raveningham Hall, the mid 18th century, Grad II* listed country estate that has been home to the Bacon family since 1735.

From Thursday 1st February, snowdrop season begins and continues throughout the month, encouraging visitors to view the stunning bed of snow-white flowers that carpets the estate. After your snowdrop walk, duck into the tea room for tea and cake or a warming bowl of soup.

The Raveningham Estate is open throughout February (closed Saturdays), 11am to 4pm. Guided snowdrop tours can be taken on Sunday 11th February at 11.30am and 2.30pm, call 01508 548152 to book

Feb
5
Mon
Only in England at the Time & Tide Museum @ Time and Tide Museum
Feb 5 – Apr 20 all-day

Touring exhibition from the Science Museum/National Media Museum of photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr.

Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw as a disappearing way of life.

Humorous yet melancholy, these works had a profound influence on photographer Martin Parr. Parr has now made a new selection, including over 30 previously unseen works from the National Science and Media Museum’s Ray-Jones archive. Shown alongside The Non-Conformists (Parr’s rarely seen work from the 1970s), this selection demonstrates the close relationships between the work of these two important photographers.

To coincide with the exhibition, we’ll also be showing some archive images from the Great Yarmouth collections, as well as inviting local photographers to submit their own images inspired by the theme ‘Only in the East’.

Snowdrop Walks at Walsingham Abbey @ Walsingham Abbey
Feb 5 – Mar 6 all-day

The historical Walsingham Abbey, dating back to the 11th century, is surrounded by an 18-acre woodland. The two villages, Little Walsingham and Great Walsingham, are packed with fascinating historic buildings and the medieval Walsingham Priory is a popular pilgrimage site.

There will be different varieties of snowdrops to see including some rarer flowers to spot.

Walsingham Abbey will be open from Saturday 27th January to Sunday 4th March from 10am to 4pm. Admission is £5 for adults and £2.50 for children (age 6 to 16)

Snowdrops at Blickling Hall
Feb 5 – Mar 2 all-day

The National Trust-owned Blickling Estate is comprised of the grand country house, built on the ruins of an older property in the early 17th century, and its extensive grounds that includes 500 acres of woodland, 450 acres parkland and 3,500 acres of farmland.

The woodland is dotted with clusters of pretty snowdrops at the end of winter, the perfect accompaniments for a tranquil walk.

The house, garden, park and café are all open during February, with the park open dawn to dusk for snowdrop walks. Please check the website for full opening times and prices

Snowdrops at Raveningham Hall @ Raveningham Hall
Feb 5 – Mar 4 all-day

Located in a vast and stunning 5,500 acres of South Norfolk countryside is Raveningham Hall, the mid 18th century, Grad II* listed country estate that has been home to the Bacon family since 1735.

From Thursday 1st February, snowdrop season begins and continues throughout the month, encouraging visitors to view the stunning bed of snow-white flowers that carpets the estate. After your snowdrop walk, duck into the tea room for tea and cake or a warming bowl of soup.

The Raveningham Estate is open throughout February (closed Saturdays), 11am to 4pm. Guided snowdrop tours can be taken on Sunday 11th February at 11.30am and 2.30pm, call 01508 548152 to book

Feb
6
Tue
Only in England at the Time & Tide Museum @ Time and Tide Museum
Feb 6 – Apr 21 all-day

Touring exhibition from the Science Museum/National Media Museum of photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr.

Fascinated by the eccentricities of English social customs, Tony Ray-Jones spent the latter half of the 1960s travelling across England, photographing what he saw as a disappearing way of life.

Humorous yet melancholy, these works had a profound influence on photographer Martin Parr. Parr has now made a new selection, including over 30 previously unseen works from the National Science and Media Museum’s Ray-Jones archive. Shown alongside The Non-Conformists (Parr’s rarely seen work from the 1970s), this selection demonstrates the close relationships between the work of these two important photographers.

To coincide with the exhibition, we’ll also be showing some archive images from the Great Yarmouth collections, as well as inviting local photographers to submit their own images inspired by the theme ‘Only in the East’.

Snowdrop Walks at Walsingham Abbey @ Walsingham Abbey
Feb 6 – Mar 7 all-day

The historical Walsingham Abbey, dating back to the 11th century, is surrounded by an 18-acre woodland. The two villages, Little Walsingham and Great Walsingham, are packed with fascinating historic buildings and the medieval Walsingham Priory is a popular pilgrimage site.

There will be different varieties of snowdrops to see including some rarer flowers to spot.

Walsingham Abbey will be open from Saturday 27th January to Sunday 4th March from 10am to 4pm. Admission is £5 for adults and £2.50 for children (age 6 to 16)

Snowdrops at Blickling Hall
Feb 6 – Mar 3 all-day

The National Trust-owned Blickling Estate is comprised of the grand country house, built on the ruins of an older property in the early 17th century, and its extensive grounds that includes 500 acres of woodland, 450 acres parkland and 3,500 acres of farmland.

The woodland is dotted with clusters of pretty snowdrops at the end of winter, the perfect accompaniments for a tranquil walk.

The house, garden, park and café are all open during February, with the park open dawn to dusk for snowdrop walks. Please check the website for full opening times and prices

Snowdrops at Raveningham Hall @ Raveningham Hall
Feb 6 – Mar 5 all-day

Located in a vast and stunning 5,500 acres of South Norfolk countryside is Raveningham Hall, the mid 18th century, Grad II* listed country estate that has been home to the Bacon family since 1735.

From Thursday 1st February, snowdrop season begins and continues throughout the month, encouraging visitors to view the stunning bed of snow-white flowers that carpets the estate. After your snowdrop walk, duck into the tea room for tea and cake or a warming bowl of soup.

The Raveningham Estate is open throughout February (closed Saturdays), 11am to 4pm. Guided snowdrop tours can be taken on Sunday 11th February at 11.30am and 2.30pm, call 01508 548152 to book



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