City Hall is one of the finest municipal buildings of the inter-war period in England.
During the 19th century the city’s civic offices were housed in the medieval Guildhall and a range of old buildings located in what is now the Market Place. Today Norwich City Council is based at City Hall.
The art deco architecture still stands as strong today as it did when it was built. So striking, it is one of the Norwich 12, a collection of twelve heritage buildings considered to have particular cultural and historical importance.
Members of the public are welcome to enter the reception during office hours to witness the beautiful architecture for themselves.