Exhibitions at Time and Tide
The temporary exhibition galleries at Time and Tide are home to a programme of changing exhibitions covering a variety of themes.
Recent exhibitions have explored aspects of the town's rich and varied history, from its role as a trading port to its long history as a circus town.
They've also included touring exhibitions from the National Maritime Museum, community arts projects and works by local artists.
Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life
Titanic: Honour & Glory
1 April – 24 September
Titanic has become the most famous ocean liner in the world: from her conception to her premature demise, the Titanic legend continues. With this exciting touring exhibition we explore this famous ship, her sister ships and their owners, the White Star Line, as well as revealing the local links of some of its passengers. Featuring genuine artefacts from the Titanic and her sister ships, together with props and costumes from James Cameron’s Titanic film, Titanic: Honour & Glory is a must for all ages fascinated by this endlessly compelling story.
Never Had It So Good
22 October 2016 - 5 March 2017
Emerging from austerity and rationing, the 1950s was a time when Britain led the world in the quality and innovation of its decorative and applied arts, and when good design became affordable by all. This exhibition creates a vision of the 1950s through many different aspects of design, both inside and outside the home.
Never Had It So Good is a touring exhibition from Compton Verney.
We found so much of interest at Time & Tide that we ran out of time.
An excellent illustration of Great Yarmouth’s history and Herring Trade.