Norwich was the second largest city in medieval Britain and its skyline is still dominated by the magnificent Norman Cathedral and Castle Keep.
Today, this thriving city is the commercial and cultural centre of Norfolk featuring an array of museums, theatres, cinemas, music venues and The Forum, home to the city Library. Major shopping areas within the city centre include Castle Mall and Chapelfield, linked together through the city by numerous department stores, national retailers, independent shops and the famous open-air market. A short walk from Norwich Station is Carrow Road, home of Norwich City Football Club. It is said that Norwich once had a church for every week of the year and a pub for every day of the year, so leave plenty of time for a visit!
Explore the local area
There's plenty to see and do within easy walking distance of Norwich Station
Exploring the historic Norwich Lanes is one of the best ways to spend your time in NorwichRead More
The Assembly House
Located on Theatre Street, the Assembly House is a beautiful Georgian Grade I listed buildingRead More
The Royal Arcade
The 247-foot-long Royal Arcade is a stunning landmark in the heart of NorwichRead More
Cathedral of St John the Baptist
The Cathedral of St John the Baptist is the Roman Catholic cathedral of NorwichRead More
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Norwich Castle was founded by William the Conquerer between 1066 and 1075Read More
Norwich Cathedral is the most complete Norman cathedral in England and one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in EuropeRead More