The Norwich 12
Norwich 12 are the most iconic buildings in Norwich, forming an internationally important showcase of English urban and cultural development over the last 1,000 years and one of the UK's finest collection of individually outstanding heritage buildings from the Norman, medieval, Georgian, Victorian and modern eras.
Many are free to enter, some charge entrance fees and others can only be explored during Heritage Open Days. In addition, venues are used for one off special events as well as musical performance and festivals. Keep your eyes open for some wonderful opportunities to enjoy these buildings day and night!
- Norwich Castle
- Norwich Cathedral
- The Great Hospital
- The Halls – St Andrew’s and Blackfriars’
- The Guildhall (now home to Café Britannia)
- Dragon Hall (now home to The National Centre for Writing)
- The Assembly House
- St James Mill (Jarrold Printing Museum)
- St John Baptist Cathedral
- Surrey House – Marble Hall (home to Aviva)
- City Hall