- Norwich churches
- Norwich Cathedral
- Norwich Castle
- Norwich City walks
- History of Norwich
- Sport and Leisure in Norwich
- Parks and Gardens in Norwich
- Norwich museums
- Famous names associated with Norwich
- Norwich Arts and Entertainment
- Norwich International Airport
Riverside Swimming Centre – Situated by the River Wensum, between Norwich City Football Club and the railway station, this is a modern complex with a 25 metre pool and a well-equipped gym.
Sportspark – This is within the University of East Anglia’s campus, but is open to the paying public, and is the largest in the region. It has excellent facilities for swimming, squash, climbing and badminton and a fitness centre.
Norwich Sports Village and Aquapark – This is on Drayton High Road adjacent to Asda supermarket. The aquapark has a 25 metre pool, leisure pool with bubble jets, rapids and slide and a shallow paddling area suitable for toddlers. There are facilities for tennis, badminton, squash, snooker and aerobics and a soft play area suitable for the younger visitor.
Norwich City Football Club – Norfolk’s Premiership football club is on Carrow Road. The ground will seat 26,000 fans for the 2004–2005 season. The Club’s Director and majority shareholder, Delia Smith, has a superb restaurant within the grounds for those who want to sample food at its very best.