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Norwich is where the open-minded get together. Where the curious are rewarded. Renowned for our arts & culture scene, we’re a city teeming with galleries, museums, music venues and everything in between.
Live music, outdoor performance, beer festivals and more. We’re a city that’s home to some of the country’s most popular festivals and celebrations.
Love Light Norwich is a bright new festival in the City of Stories. Enjoy three days of performance, music, and free outdoor exhibitions.
Over 17 packed days, the Festival presents more than 100 performances featuring a superb line-up of companies and ensembles from all over the world.
Sundown is an annual family friendly music festival attracting such names as Shawn Mendes, Zara Larsson and Anne-Marie.
Organised by volunteers, the Norwich beer festival is not one to miss, with over 200 cask-conditioned real ales from independent brewers.
Noirwich Crime Writing Festival is an annual 4-day event celebrating literary crime bringing together leading authors and the best new talent in the genre.
This is one of the most colourful weekends in the calendar. Carnival spirit sweeps the streets with free music, performance, entertainment and a parade.
‘Norwich City of Ale’ runs for 10 days, and sees over 40 pubs take part in the city-wide festival.
Hidden gems, secret gardens, and historic cobbled streets. There’s hours of outdoor activities to enjoy in Norwich.
A 3 acre Grade II English Heritage registered garden. Over 140 years old. A haven of tranquillity and a glimpse into a bygone age.
The Norwich Lanes is a haven of independent eateries, coffee houses and bars set in a myriad of small alleys and pedestrianised streets.
Whitlingham Country Park sits on the outskirts of Norwich and is the gateway to the Broads, with over 280 acres of beautiful countryside.
Eaton Park consists of 80 acres, including a large children’s play area, a cafe, a crazy golf course, tennis courts, basketball court and skate park.
Following two disused railway lines between Norwich and the historic market town of Aylsham, Marriott’s way is a popular route for walkers and cyclists.
Large area of woodland and heathland consisting of walking trails and a pitch-and-putt golf course.
There’s plenty of amazing free things to do in Norwich. Cathedral tours, secret gardens, riverside walks, and more. Discover our top picks for 2021.
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