Throughout the festival visit one of these seven information spots as your start point. Each is well stocked with copies of the Trail Guide, you can enjoy the exhibition and pick up artists own event flyers for things happening in this locality. Venue opening hours are advertised in the exhibition listings.
The Winns Gallery
Froth & Rind
Old Station Road Cafe
Arguably the best way to get around the E17 Art Trail is on two wheels. Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign have led the E17 Art Trail cycling tours for 6 years and know all the best routes and hidden gems to make the most of your time on the art trail. Taken at a relaxed pace and suitable for all the family.
Saturday 3 June: start 2pm outside William Morris Gallery
Sunday 4 June: start 10.15am outside Walthamstow Library
Sunday 11 June: start 1pm outside St Mary’s Church
Free and open to all, our E17 Art Trail Walking Tours are a social and relaxed way to visit a host of art trail exhibitions.
Saturday 3 June: E17 Art Trail Walking Tour, meet 12.45pm outside Walthamstow Library.
Sunday 18 June: Art & Botanics Tour, meet 12.45pm outside Old Station Yard Cafe. See calendar section for more details. Places limited, please book.
The venues that make up the E17 Art Trail are a range of public, commercial and private spaces. In the Trail Guide venues with level access are shown. More detailed access information has been provided by each venue. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Getting to the E17 Art Trail
Victoria Line to Blackhorse Road and Walthamstow Central
Liverpool Street to Chingford service stops at St James Street, Walthamstow Central and Wood Street. Gospel Oak to Barking service stops at Blackhorse Road and Walthamstow Queens Road.
Buses for Walthamstow Central: 20, 34, 48, 58, 69, 97, 212, 215,
230, 257, 275, 357, W11, W12, W15, W18, W19.
Night buses: N26, N38, N73
Buses for Blackhorse Road: 123, 158, 230
Buses for Bakers Arms: 48, 55, 56, W16
Please check for service disruptions.