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Visit by bus for just £2 each way. Most buses in England are offering £2 Single Fares until 31st December 2024. Our journey planner will show you if your route is included, or you can find a full list of participating operators and routes here.

It’s easy to get Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts car-free.

It’s 15 minutes by bus from Norwich city centre, or just under an hour by foot to the University of East Anglia (UEA)’s parkland, lakeside campus.

There are direct trains to Norwich from: Great Yarmouth (60 mins), Sheringham (60 mins), Cambridge (75 mins), Peterborough (85 mins), London (105 mins) and further afield. The train station a 25-minute bus ride away.

There are direct buses to UEA from: Attleborough, Dereham, Hoveton & Wroxham, Watton and Wymondham. Buses run to Norwich from across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Check our recommended route for step-by-step directions and use our journey planner to get the best route from where you are.

Enjoy 10% off in the Terrace Café when you travel car-free.

With a ‘Pay If and What You Can’ ticketing system, the centre makes for a perfect day out.

There are bikes racks outside the Sainsbury Centre, more across the university and other bike services for students.

Plan your cycle route here. Or download a Norwich cycle map; the Pink route goes to the university.

You can hire a bike in Norwich and at UEA from Beryl bike or a bike shop.

National Route 1 passes through Norwich and the Marriott’s Way follows it to Alysham. You can cycle to the South Norfolk Broads at the edge of Norwich or all around Norfolk on the Rebellion Way.

Explore the buildings and grounds with the sculpture trail, nature trail, other trails.

The Yare Valley Walk and walk just off the Unthank Road go to the UEA and Kett’s Country is fairly near.

In Norwich city centre you can follow paths from the train station and through nooks and crannies, listen to grown-up poems or children’s poems, learn about natural history or play orienteering.

At the edge of Norwich, the Marriott’s Way and Wherryman’s Way (Cross Norfolk Trail), Boudicca Way footpaths start.

Here is a city map.

ABC, Green Frog, or safe taxi service for students.

Travel Norfolk Fusion Day tickets cover bus operators across Norfolk. First Bus and Konnectbus also have ticket offers and offers for students.

When you travel by train, a Norwich PlusBus ticket offers unlimited ravel around the city by bus.

Greater Anglia Rail has a range of train ticket discounts and offers at events and attractions.

Groups of three or more travelling by train can save money with a GroupSave ticket.

Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains, and here’s information on accessibility at the Sainsbury Centre.

The scenic Bittern Line and Wherry Lines run direct to Norwich.

About Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

The Sainsbury Centre is a genre-defying art museum, inviting you to meet and interact with art in ways you’ve never experienced in a museum before. From embracing an artwork to becoming an artwork yourself, the centre’s brand-new interventions break down the barriers of how we conventionally experience a museum and allow us to form deeper and more meaningful connections with art.

With a ‘Pay If and What You Can’ ticketing system, the centre makes for a perfect day out. Immerse yourself in world-class art, explore the Sculpture Park set in 350 acres of campus parkland, enjoy speciality coffee, and shop beautiful products by independent makers.

For any queries about visiting contact Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts on 01603 593199 or scva@uea.ac.uk

Address: Sainsbury Centre, University of East Anglia, Norfolk Road, Norwich, NR4 7TJ. Visit Website