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Explore Great Yarmouth and its coast through the lives and works of Turner, Constable and Cotman.

This exhibition looks at the British masters’ connection with the area and also the relationship between past and present. Paintings, drawings and etchings by JMW Turner, John Constable and John Sell Cotman are displayed alongside social history objects from the museum’s maritime collections.

Both land and sea have changed almost unrecognisably since the early 19th century when trawlers bobbed in the waters and Nelson’s Monument stood in isolated splendour away from buildings.

Young people and community groups have contributed to the curation and design of the show, exploring through art and artefacts the history of the town and the beauty of the coastal landscape that continues to inspire artists.

Time and Tide Museum

Blackfriars Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 3BX

01493 743930

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Opening times

Summer Hours: Until 31 October 2020 Daily 10am – 4pm

Winter Hours: 1 November to 31 March: Mon – Fri,10am – 4pm Sat – Sun, 12noon – 4pm

Time and Tide Museum will re-open to the public on Monday 3 August and tickets will become available on 1 August.

Tickets must be pre-booked online. You will need to choose a specific day and time for your visit. Visitors without tickets will not be admitted and no tickets will be available on the door.

Between 18 July and 1 August booking is only available for people with a valid Norfolk Museums Pass membership: so please do not book tickets for anyone who does not have a current membership.

With a National Art Pass you get

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