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Art really is at the heart of Norwich. But not all art is housed in galleries or displayed in our museums, you only have to look up to find some of Norwich’s most breath-taking urban artwork. Explore these winding streets and you’ll quickly discover incredible installations and artwork that tells the stories of Norwich’s rich history.
Boasting the second tallest spire and largest monastic cloisters in England, Norwich Cathedral is one of the finest complete Romanesque cathedrals in Europe. Set in 44 acres of lovingly-preserved grounds, this stunning building is open to visitors of all faiths and none. Spend your day exploring this awe-inspiring site that boasts incredible architecture, historic artwork, beautiful stained-glass windows, and even some medieval graffiti!
If you really want to uncover Norwich’s past and its hidden gems, then a tour with Paul Dickson is a must! Renowned local historian Paul Dickson is the expert on all things Norwich and has been welcoming visitors to the city for many years. Explore over a 1000 years of Norwich history – historic hotels, riverside walks, and even a look at the darker side of Norwich’s past!
Plantation Garden is a 3-acre, Grade 2 listed registered garden, established over 100 years ago in an abandoned quarry just 600 metres from the city centre.
This pretty little cruciform church sits at the top of Elm Hill on Princes Street.