Elm Hill is one of the oldest streets in Norwich, which features ancient cobblestones and Tudor architecture. Following the great fire of 1507, Elm Hill had to be rebuilt, today this gives us genuine Tudor houses some of which have been converted into charming shops and businesses
Steeped in history, this picturesque cobbled street has antiques, crafts, toys, stamps and coins, linen, lace and period clothes, collectors’ teddy bears, jewellery, silverware, galleries and more. There are also 3 great tea shops where you can refresh yourself when the shopping gets too much.
Don’t forget your camera, Elm Hill is a great photograph opportunity any time of the year and is always in demand from production crews. The latest blockbuster to be filmed here was Stardust featuring Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer.
How to get here by public transport
Park & Ride sites are available on all major routes into the city. 10 minute walk from Norwich train station and Norwich bus station.
Please mention VisitNorwich when you make your enquiry!
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