The Natural Wonder Trails

FOUR fantastic nature trails

Part of the beauty of Natural Wonder are text art nature trails which are located across the beautiful Norfolk countryside and landscape. These trails allow you to experience the wonder of nature, whilst complimented by a curated set of poems and text art installations created by residents in Norfolk. 

The trails include series of poems by Ruthie Collins, funded by Arts Council.

Discover texts and creative responses inspired by the natural world in this inspiring trail across North Norfolk in rural and coastal locations – from the beach huts of Cromer, to Norwich Print Museum’s new home at National Trust’s Blicking Hall. You might even spot a Banksy.

Coming Spring 2022.

Discover The Broads National Park with this trail celebrating its incredible ecology and biodiversity, with inspiring responses to nature created by children and families.

Coming Spring/Summer 2022. 

Explore the magic of nature and find stories, poems and texts created by children in Norfolk inspired by the natural world with our special Fairy Door Trail on part of the The Broads National Park, made as a public commission by social enterprise Norwich Men’s Shed.

Coming Autumn/Winter 2021.

Discover a series of poems by Ruthie Collins inspired by the natural world as a trail that will take you across Norfolk’s landscape, including public poem commissioned by Norfolk County Council – Dreaming of Albion, Sailing With Maud.   

Coming Spring/Summer 2022.