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Norwich Cathedral

Book a hotel in Norwich , regarded as the most complete medieval city in Britain. It’s famous for its cathedral and castle, for mustard and the University of East Anglia that has produced two Booker Prize winners as well as Fast Show favourites Charlie Higson and Paul Whitehouse.

Historic Norwich

You can tour dungeons at 900-year-old Norwich Castle Museum and Gallery and see the finest collection of work by the Norwich School of Artists. Norwich Cathedral is where Sir Thomas Erpingham, hero of Agincourt and mentioned by Shakespeare in Henry V, is buried. Check out the statue to local nurse Edith Cavell who was shot in 1915 for helping allied prisoners escape occupied Brussels.

Art and museums in Norwich

Leave your Norwich hotel and head to the Inspire Discovery Centre at medieval St Michael’s Church, where kids watch exploding custard and learn Newton’s laws of motion. The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts has Mayan antiquities rubbing shoulders with works by Henry Moore.

Quirky things to do in Norwich

That’s the way to do it. At the Norwich Puppet Theatre in the Grade I-listed church of St James there are classic productions of Pinocchio while children can make their own marionettes.

Events in Norwich

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival has been running since 1772 and once featured an Elgar premiere. In May it puts on music, film, theatre, comedy and dance. Top names descend on University of East Anglia for its Spring Literary Festival.

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Attractions in Norwich:


An agricultural steam engine at the Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket, Suffolk. Courtesy of Museum of East Anglian Life
Museum of East Anglian Life

Opening times:
Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm Mar - Oct 2013 (annual)

Sandringham House & Estate

Opening times:
Garden daily 10.30am-5pm (4pm October); House daily 11am-4.30pm (3.30pm in Oct), Museum daily 11.30am - 4.30pm (3.30pm in Oct) Apr - Nov 2013 (annual)

Dennis New World Fire Engine, 1939, in the Ipswich Transport Museum collection
Ipswich Transport Museum

Opening times:
Sun and Bank Holidays 11am-4pm (opening hours vary according to season) Mar - Nov 2013; Sun only (annual)

Carter's Vineyards

Opening times:
Daily 11am-5pm Apr - Oct 2013 (annual)

A sundial outside Tymperleys Clock Museum. Photo by Rod Edwards, courtesy of Britain on View/East of England Tourism/Colchester BC
Tymperleys Clock Museum

Opening times:
Tue-Sat 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm Apr - Oct 2013; not Mon or Sun (annual)

What's on in Norwich:


Snape Proms

Dates Open:
01/08/2014 to 31/08/2014
01/08/2015 to 31/08/2015

View from stage, Harvest at Jimmy's 2009
Harvest at Jimmy's

Dates Open:
09/09/2014 to 12/09/2014

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