From Medieval to modern day, the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell tells the story of the city’s industries and the people who lived and worked here.
From the textile trade which was at the heart of the city’s wealth, to the production of shoes, chocolate and mustard, the story of how Norwich constantly adapted to changing fortunes is told in ten galleries over two floors.
Fascinating objects are cleverly bought to life with plenty of chances to get hands-on, audio diaries, and archive film in a recreated cinema.
The museum has temporary exhibitions and events which are listed on the website.
Child (4-18): £5.30
Family Ticket (2 adults and all children): £21.80
Family Ticket (1 adult and all children): £16.35
Twilight Ticket (1 hour before closing): £2