Public Art Trail - frequently asked questions
What is the Public Art Trail?
The Public Art Trail forms part of the wider Town Deal funded Wayfinding Intervention. The Wayfinding project offers a range of measures to improve spatial arrangements and better link the town together. This vision is to strengthen Great Yarmouth as a walkable town which offers quality, interest and connections to heritage, culture and nature. By enhancing public spaces, a richer town experience will be generated for both residents and visitors.
The planned Public Art Trail will see 10 pieces of art installed around an agreed circular route from Great Yarmouth's Historic Market Place to the seafront.
The route will also include an additional Future High Streets Fund (FHSF) funded 'landmark' sculpture installed as part of the improvements to the Historic Market.