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Norwich Attractions

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Norwich castle 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #1 of 29
The art galleries within the Norwich Castle also display an astonishing collection. Here you can find the most extensive collection of Norwich school artists (the most notable painters are John Sell Cotman and John Crome), there is also a ... [more ]
Norwich Cathedral 5.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #2 of 29
Right next to the Norwich Cathedral you will find the Cathedral Close. It is an extensive areas as it covers more then 44 acres. As I have already mentioned there is the Herb Garden, however it was no very impressive as nothing was in the ... [more ]
Norwich riverside Walk 4.0 stars
National Park, Nature Reserve - #3 of 29
If you continue along you will see the Training ship Lord Nelson. Now you are in the Riverside Quarter. There are some pretty developments here and I can only imagine how much would a flat here set you back. There are plenty of restaurants, bars ... [more ]
Forum 4.0 stars
Building - #4 of 29
Norwich Forum is located at Millennium Plain. Now this will have to be your first stop on the itinerary, I know it was the first stop for us even before we had our coffee in the morning to get the tourist maps and other whatnots. See the ... [more ]
Norwich International Airport 5.0 stars
Airport - #5 of 29
Norwich International Airport is just a short distance from the city centre and is an alternative to use instead of the busy London based airports. It offers more of a stress free way to begin or end your journey. The airport is fully equipped ... [more ]
Colman's Mustard Museum 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #6 of 29
Colman's Mustard Museum is located in the Royal Arcade, not far from the Norwich Market. Colman's Mustard shop opened up in 1973 to mark the 150 anniversary of the beginning of the Colman mustard story. It is the English mustard. What I love ... [more ]
Norwich Lanes 5.0 stars
Shopping - #7 of 29
Norwich Lanes stretch from Pottergate to St. Andrews Hill and it is quite a popular place in Norwich. There are plenty of shops here and you can find anything and everything from the latest gadgets, to clothes and all the latest must haves we ... [more ]
St. Benedicts 5.0 stars
Shopping - #8 of 29
St. Benedicts is another pretty street with plenty of splendid buildings to look at. It is wonder what you can find if you venture out of the hotel early in the morning, before you even had coffee. There is quite an eclectic mix of shops (but ... [more ]
Bridewell Museum 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #9 of 29
Bridewell Museum is located at Bridewell Alley. If there is one museum I would recommend visiting in Norwich then in all probability Bridewell would be it. It is located in what used to be a women's prison in one of the many cute cobbled ... [more ]
Elm Hill 5.0 stars
Shopping - #10 of 29
Another one of the pretty neighborhoods in Norwich (and trust me there are plenty) actually a street and well worth exploring but make sure to bring your camera. The pretty cobblestone street with some wonderful Tudor houses, Elm Hill is ... [more ]
Stranger's Hall 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #11 of 29
Stranger's Hall is located at Charing Cross Road. Another interesting exhibition that is well worth the visit if you can spare the time. I saw something similar in York, but this really took my breath away. Stranger's Hall is one of the ... [more ]
Norwich Market 5.0 stars
Market Place - #12 of 29
Norwich Market is located right opposite of the City Hall. It is quite an astonishing site in fact and I do love my markets. The market has been in place here much longer then any of the buildings that surround it and with its 190 stalls it ... [more ]
Church of St. John the Baptist 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #13 of 29
Church of St. John the Baptist is located at Unthank Road. Church of St. John the Baptist is located on one of the highest hills in Norwich and it makes for a spectacular sight, one of many in Norwich. The Roman Catholic cathedral of St. ... [more ]
St. Julian Church 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #14 of 29
St. Julian Church is located at St. Julian's Alley, Rouen Rd. This small church is almost forgotten today, but it got its name after St. Julian who was a popular saint in medieval period and was chosen as patron saint of the Priory that was ... [more ]
St. Michael Coslany 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #15 of 29
St. Michael Coslany is located at Coslany St. The oldest parts of the church date back to 1420, but the rest was finished 1500. It is one of the most beautiful and elegant church in Norwich. At one point St. Michael Coslany was in the very ... [more ]
Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #16 of 29
Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum is located at Market Avenue. If you are a history and military buff this one might be just up your alley. Norfolk regiment was founded in the late 17th century and in this museum you can learn more about the wars ... [more ]
Norwich Bus station 4.0 stars
Building - #17 of 29
If you can spare the time, I would also recommend taking a day to visit one of the seaside towns (such as Wells-Next-The-Sea that has absolutely breathtaking beach) and one of the villages that are more inland (like Swaffham). The good thing ... [more ]
Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #18 of 29
Norwich castle Museum is one of Norwich’s Landmarks - it stands proud on top of a hill. Entry fee is divided in to two zones Castle & History Zone and Art & Exhibitions Zone, I went for both! Inside there is enough to intrigue most people – I ... [more ]
Timberhill 4.0 stars
Shopping - #19 of 29
Timberhill like Elm Hill feels like the zen center of Universe when compared with the hustle and bustle of the Norwich's city center. Again all sorts of shops can be found here and even if you do not want to buy anything, it is well worth the ... [more ]
Sainsbury's Center for Visual arts 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #20 of 29
Sainsbury's Center for Visual arts is located at University of East Anglia on Earlham road. Not very far from the city center (nothing is too far away in Norwich) you can find the magnificent building of the Sainsbury's Center for Visual Arts. ... [more ]
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