If you click on the link immediately below this introduction, you can see a printable map showing the locations of the eighteen artists on the 2022 Trail. As long as you have an Internet connection and sufficient data on your mobile device, you can get Google Maps directions to any of the studios from anywhere in the region. This will assist with navigating your way around the studios – especially if you like to use Satnav.
Please note – all eighteen studios will be open for both weekends of the Trail.
The following Google Map will enable you to plan your journeys between studios.
Studios are open from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Accessing the Google map from your smart phone or tablet at any point during your visit to the open studios will enable you to obtain directions to your next destination.
If you prefer a printed map, a combined map/flyer is obtainable from any of the HWAT Trail Hubs. During April they will be distributed via
- The Old King’s Head, Brockdish,
- The Imperial Wine Co., Trinity Street, Bungay
- Branches of Durrants Estate Agents (Beccles, Harleston, Diss, Halesworth and Southwold)
- Pura Vida, High Rd, Harleston IP20 0EN (On the A143 between Harleston and Bungay)
- NB. The cafe at Pura Vida is offering a 10% discount on drinks and snacks for visitors who call in while they are on the HWAT Trail.
How to Visit
The Harleston and Waveney Art Trail, HWAT for short, is a self-guided trail linking the Waveney valley finest makers, artists, craftspeople. Just look over the most recent flyer, leaflet, poster or website and decide which artists interest you most and plan a route from the map. Some artists offer refreshments and a chance to view their gardens.
BY ROAD HWAT trail has several studios accessible by bus, some are more off the main routes and a car or a bike is recommended. More information is available from Harleston Information Centre Harleston is situated on the A143 in South Norfolk. BY BICYCLE Much of the trail is accessible by bicycle along the many beautiful local cycle routes.