Norwich’s magnificent Romanesque Cathedral is open to visitors of all faiths and none. In beautiful grounds it’s an awe-inspiring, welcoming building.
One of the city’s most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago.
the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell tells the story of the city’s industries and the people who lived and worked here.
Part of the parish of St John the Baptist Timberhill, St Julian’s is a Grade 1 listed parish church.
Venta Icenorum is a historical gold mine. With the beautifully preserved remains of largest Roman town in East Anglia, it is an incredible experience.
Away from the crowds off the busy main road, take a right into Surrey Street to find Surrey House – working home of Aviva.
An amazing celebration of culture, with furniture, art, textiles and objects from India, Pakistan, Indonesia and more places besides.
This pretty little cruciform church sits at the top of Elm Hill on Princes Street.
Today Norwich City Council is based at City Hall.
A one-hour guided tour in and around Norwich Market, celebrating 940 years of buying and selling at the heart of the city, including sampling the food on offer at today’s market stalls.
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