Fauna and Flora - Art Exhibition in GREAT YARMOUTH, Great Yarmouth - Great Yarmouth

Fauna and Flora


Our Summer Exhibition is at The Yare Gallery from 1 July through the summer, until 1 September 2022.  This mixed show features 100 new and established artists from across East Anglia participating on the theme of Fauna and Flora.  With over 200 artworks to see, these include large scale floral paintings and pastoral views, to statues of native birds and quirky chickens, marine life and photographs of trees  – there’s sure to be something for everyone.

Our 17th Century merchants house on Great Yarmouth’s historic South Quay is packed full with artworks for sale including paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, ceramics, textiles and film.

The gallery shop has original artworks, ceramics, prints, and other items to browse and purchase, and why not extend your visit by getting a drink from our refreshment stand and take it out into our courtyard sculpture garden, where we’re creating a nature friendly space.

Keep an eye on the gallery social media for information on workshops and talks during the exhibition,  and head over to our website yare.org.uk to sign up to receive our occasional newsletter for more information.

There is always something new to see at The Yare Gallery – we look forward to welcoming you!

The gallery is free to enter, we have a car park, it is open Tuesday to Saturday 11-4 (last entry 3.30), and the exhibition is on from Friday 1 July to Thursday 1 September.

Guide Prices

FREE entry

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

By car Follow the A47 from Norwich or the A12/A47 from Lowestoft. On arrival in Great Yarmouth, follow signs for the Heritage Quarter and follow South Quay. The Yare Gallery is located on South Quay between Yarmouth Way and Sackville Close.

Middlegate Car Park is adjacent to the Gallery and offers pay and display parking. There is an additional parking bay in front of the Gallery, which provides free parking for up to 90 minutes. 

Disabled parking spaces are available for Gallery visitors to use free of charge. Please display your Blue Badge in your vehicle to be exempt from parking charges.

By bike Regional Route 30 Great Yarmouth to Cromer.

Bike racks are available in Middlegate Car Park.

By taxi There are several licensed taxi firms in Great Yarmouth.

Public Transport Directions

By bus Market Gates bus station is located within the centre of Great Yarmouth and is a 10 minute walk from the Gallery. 

On arrival at the bus station, head south along Alexandra Road and follow to connect to Great Yarmouth Way. This will bring you out at South Quay. Continue to walk south (with the river to your right). The Yare Gallery will be on your left.

There are regular buses from Norwich, Lowestoft and Martham.

By train We are a 15 minute walk from Great Yarmouth train station.

On arrival at the station, cross the river and head south along North Quay (keeping the river to your right). Continue following the river until you reach South Quay. The Yare Gallery will be on your left.

There are direct connections to Great Yarmouth from Norwich. Lowestoft, Cambridge and Ipswich are all easily accessible via transfer. Trains from London Liverpool Street connect via Norwich.

Fauna and Flora

Type:Art Exhibition

Yare Gallery, 26 South Quay, GREAT YARMOUTH, Norfolk, NR30 2RG

Tel: 01493 842996

Opening Times

Season (1 July 2022 - 1 Sept 2022)
Tuesday - Saturday11:00 - 16:00

* Last entry 3.30pm