This is Our Home: Creative Play in Dragon Hall for Under 5s
Learn and play in a sensory environment with artist Rose Feather.
What makes a home? What might it have felt like to live in Dragon Hall? Learn and play in a sensory environment with artist Rose Feather.
Rose will use storytelling, songs and crafts to tell some of the stories of the people that once lived in our magnificent old building. Bring along a toy if you would like!
Spaces are limited, please book your place in advance.
Rose Feather is a picture book maker and workshop leader. She is interested in how illustration can draw out people’s own ideas, life experiences and stories. Website
Step into Dragon Hall
This event is linked to our flagship heritage project, ‘The Next Chapter: Stepping Into Dragon Hall’. This project invites residents of Norwich to ‘Step Into Dragon Hall’ with new free visiting hours, creative activities and volunteering opportunities. Find out more →
Dragon Hall is open to the public between 10am to 3pm on Sunday each week. Extended opening hours will be announced shortly. Our public entrance is on King St, opposite the The Butterfly Café.
Made possible with The National Lottery Heritage Fund.