Days Out In Norwich
VisitNorwich is the destination management organisation for the Norwich area and it is the tourism destination marketing arm of Norwich Business Improvement District (NBID). We market the area locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. VisitNorwich’s activities are funded by private and public sector contributions including NBID levy income, individual memberships and grant funding from Norwich City Council and South Norfolk Council. Our private members range from accommodation providers, restaurants and retailers to transport providers, language schools and the financial services.
What we do
Our aim is to encourage visitors to discover Norwich and the surrounding area. We think this beautiful city, its nearby countryside and the Broads offer a fantastic range of things to enjoy for visitors of all kinds, whether they are international tourists, holiday makers, those on short breaks and days out or those who live and work in the area.
VisitNorwich provides people with information through printed material and visitnorwich.co.uk. We have a range of brochures, maps and leaflets to help visitors get the most out of their trips, holidays and days out. These can be picked up at Tourist Information Centres, downloaded from this site or sent by post.
The VisitNorwich mission is to make Norwich one of the UK’s leading city area destinations with a thriving visitor economy that brings great benefits to all who visit, live, work or invest in Norwich. Norwich is already one of Britain’s top places to shop.
We have an enthusiastic professional team of people working here with excellent local knowledge. This knowledge enables us to provide and deliver over and above the expectations of visitors to the area as well as residents and our members.
For our Members (interested in membership? Find out more here)
We thrive on working as a strong team and aim to excite and inspire those that work alongside us, all with one common goal: we want to provide the very best visitor experience, we want people to love visiting our area and we want people to come back time and time again to enjoy all the varied and wonderful things Norwich, the Broads and surrounding countryside has to offer.
Our members are like minded businesses who recognise that working in collaboration and partnership offers benefits to all. Joint marketing initiatives, shared knowledge, best practise plus industry and media networking opportunities are just a small sample of how working with VisitNorwich can boost business and reputation.
VisitNorwich offers its members lots of benefits including networking opportunities; marketing help and advice; opportunities to participate in a wide range of local and national campaigns; discounts in advertising in VisitNorwich publications; special web advertising rates; annual members reception; monthly e-bulletins; discounts with Anglia Farmers plus more.
If you are interested in becoming a member, business or destination partner of VisitNorwich please call us on 01603 727979 or email email@example.com for further details.
For our visitors
We want visitors to Norwich, The Broads and the countryside to have the best possible experience. Visitors on short breaks, holidays or day trips will find attractive quality places to explore, reasonably priced accommodation from camping to boutique stays plus a huge choice of outdoor pursuits, shopping, history, events, entertainment, arts and culture throughout the year.
Our website remains current offering up to date travel advice, suggestions, events, information and help for anyone planning a visit to Norwich, the Broads or the countryside. We try to ensure everyone gets the information they need to get the very best out of their time and the most for their money.
VisitNorwich produces over 750,000 leaflets and brochures every year for visitors and travel professionals to use when planning a stay or day trip. These include; Norwich, Norfolk Broads and Countryside - the VisitNorwich flagship publication - plus an annual Eating Out Guide, Visitor Shopping and Attractions Map and an industry groups guide.
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