- Norwich tourist attractions
- North Norfolk tourist attractions
- East Norfolk tourist attractions
- South Norfolk tourist attractions
- West Norfolk tourist attractions
- Breckland tourist attractions
- Broadland tourist attractions
Visit the Norfolk Tourist Attractions Association web site to find out more information on many of the attractions listed.
Visit the official Norfolk tourism web site to find out more about Norfolk and Norwich tourist attractions.
There are 19 places listed for Norwich tourist attractions information
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10 Barnard Road
Thorpe St Andrew
There are a variety of scheduled cruises with durationís varying from 15 minutes to 3 ľ hours.
In the heart of Norwich, this fine Georgian house is a popular venue for the arts, concerts, exhibitions and meetings. The Georgian restaurant offers morning coffee, lunches, afternoon teas and suppers and with its civil licence, it is a sought after setting for weddings.
2 Castle Mall
Situated next to Norwich Castle, the Mall Norwich houses a wide range of retailers such as Boots, Superdrug, Disney Store, Peacock, Mothercare, Canary Store and La Senza. Vue cinema can also be found within the complex as can a variety of eating establishments.
115 - 123 King Street
Dragon Hall is a Grade 1 listed trading hall built in about 1430. It is a unique legacy of medieval life and is one of the most important historic buildings in Norwich and Norfolk. The magnificent first floor Great Hall has an outstanding crown post roof with a beautifully carved dragon, which gives the building its name. Dragon Hall has recently undergone a £1.8 million programme of restoration and development largely funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It re-opened in April 2006 and welcomes visitors, guided tours and school groups. Displays on three floors tell the fascinating tale of Robert Toppes, the wealthy merchant who built Dragon Hall, and the building's place in the story of Norwich. Dragon Hall is also available for hire and hosts weddings, celebrations, meetings, children's parties as well as performances and exhibitions.
7 - 15 Fye Bridge Street
This 16th century building was originally a Tudor merchantís mansion. It is a centre for people and the arts with its medieval halls, courtyard, music and arts events, contemporary art gallery, craft shop, meeting rooms and cafť it cab be found by the river, just minutes from Norwich Cathedral.
St. John's Alley
This unique and intimate theatre is internationally renowned with a programme by top British and international playwrights. Located in St Johnís Alley and signposted from Norwich City centre market square.
The magnificent Cathedral dominates the city skyline. Situated in the heart of the city, Norwich Cathedral has attracted many pilgrims and visitors for over 900 years. Separated from the busy streets by flint walls and entrance gates, it is a place of great splendour and tranquillity and has at least three services daily.
St George's Street
Norwich Gallery is part of the Norwich School of Art and Design, St George Street, Norwich. Admission is free and the gallery is open Monday to Saturday, 10-5pm.
Norwichís Theatre Royal has the very best in entertainment all year round. From comedy, musicals, dance and opera, to drama and family shows, you will find something to suit every possible taste. Situated in the centre of Norwich, the Theatre Royal is easy to find and is surrounded by car parks for those travelling by car.
Norwich Puppet Theatre offers a unique experience to visitors, with a regular programme of performances and childrenís puppet-making workshops. Housed in a converted medieval church this is one of only two dedicated medieval puppet theatres in England.
St. Benedict's Street
Norwich Arts Centre is a small and independently run venue with charitable status and is situated close to the centre of Norwich. It offers a broad range of performing and media arts to the community as well as numerous activities and workshops.
Origins is an exciting interactive journey through 2000 years of Norfolk and Norwich. Covering 3 floors within the stunning Forum building, discover people, places and personalities. There are over 60 different exhibits, most with buttons to press, flaps to lift, levers to pull, games to play and challenges to take, or sit back and relax in the underground cinema.
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a short distance from Norwich city centre, at the University of East Anglia (UEA). It is one of Britainís leading galleries and home to works by Picasso, Henry Moore and Bacon and offers practical classes and master classes.