Alby Crafts & Gardens is one of Norfolk’s hidden gems. Set in two courtyards of converted traditional brick and flint farm buildings and over 4 acres of gardens you will find a busy café serving lunch and afternoon tea, flanked by gifts, interiors and vintage shops in the Upper Courtyard.
The Lower Courtyard is home to four creative businesses: Helen Dixon is a ceramic sculptor; Keverne Dewick is a cabinet maker; Mitchell House is a fine art sculptor; Claire Knight is a paper cut artist. Our galleries also exhibit work by local artists including Michael Sanders, Samuel Thomas, Brian Lewis, Kate Barclay, Corrin Tulk, Kate Green, Amanda Colville, Paul Jackson and many more.
We are also home to Sarah Alston’s hairdressing salon and Patrick Martin’s reiki and reflexology parlour. Check the Alby Crafts & Gardens website for individual business opening hours.
We offer classes in pottery, sculpture, paper cutting, wood turning, life drawing, bee keeping, reiki…
What’s On Offer
Gift Shop ‘The Purple Parrot‘ • Interiors Shop ‘Lucy’s Handpicked Homes‘ • Vintage collectables and Miss Mustard Seed furniture paint ‘The Vintage Quarter‘ • Hairdressing and Haberdashery ‘Alston & Brown‘ • Everything for the Professional and Hobby Potter ‘Anglia Clay Supplies‘ • Bee Keeping Supplies ‘All Bees‘ • Fine Art Sculptor and Gallery ‘Studio House‘ • Paper Cut Artist and Gallery ‘The Hare and Moon Gallery‘ • Cabinet Maker and Showroom ‘Keverne Dewick‘ • Reiki and Reflexology ‘balance4u‘ • Delicious Hot and Cold Lunches and Afternoon Tea ‘Alby Tea Room‘