Norwich

Norwich boasts museums spanning a ten centuries of history as well as a renovated city center with a pleasant pedestrian area lined with modern businesses and thriving nightlife. With two colleges, both with renowned art and writing programs, travelers will also step into a vibrant cultural scene. Tourist sites, dubbed the Norwich 12, include the historical Norwich Castle, Norwich Cathedral and City Hall, as well as the newer library and the glass Forum which hosts events from opera to skating.

The Forum

The Forum is a public building home to the Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library, Pizza Express, Cafe Bar Marzano, BBC East, The Forum Shop by Jarrold, MINT and Norfolk Citizen's Advice Bureau. There's always something going on with a mix of free exhibitions, events, activities, catering, shopping and learning opportunities. We also offer event and venue hire - for all sizes and budgets. The...

Norwich Theatre Royal

Central Norwich premier theatre presenting musicals, drama, dance, opera, comedy and concerts. Professional shows are brought to Norwich direct from London's West End or as part of their national and international tours. Our bars and restaurant offer a wide selection of hot and cold food, snacks and drinks. Open from 9.30am Monday to Saturday, visitors are welcome to call in for coffee and cake...

Norwich Playhouse

This city-centre theatre is known for its quirky, offbeat and brilliant shows, and its ever popular bar. A firm favourite across Norwich, the Playhouse brings big-name comedians, fantastic Fringe productions, magnificent music, amazing drama, great family shows, and so much more to the region. The intimate auditorium has just been refurbished, and is even more comfortable than before.

St Julian’s Shrine

- IMPORTANT NOTICE - We are so sorry to have to inform you that regretfully, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the JULIAN CENTRE IS NOW CLOSED until further notice. PLEASE DO NOT PHONE OR EMAIL during this period of closure as unfortunately we are unable to respond to telephone or email enquiries. This page will be updated when the Julian Centre reopens. A HUGE THANK YOU from the Trustees and...

St Peter Mancroft

Located in the market place in the heart of the medieval city of Norwich, St Peter Mancroft is the largest of the city's 31 surviving medieval parish churches and one of the finest perpendicular parish churches in Norfolk. It is known for its medieval stained glass, its collection of medieval and renaissance treasures and its importance as a pioneering tower in the uniquely English art of...

Salhouse Broad

Peace and tranquility, outstanding natural scenery, abundant wildlife and wonderful views. At Salhouse Broad you can come by boat or foot to explore wood, fen and water. ​There are canoes to hire, wild camping for the adventurous, play areas for the energetic, and footpaths and boardwalks to bring you closer to wildlife. ​We welcome you to our beautiful broad and hope you enjoy all that we...

Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist

If you have never visited the Cathedral of St John the Baptist – now’s the time! The Cathedral of St John the Baptist is the second largest Catholic Cathedral in the UK. After nearly a century as the parish church of the Catholic community in Norwich it became the mother church of the new diocese of East Anglia in 1976. Now a Grade 1 listed building, its external grandeur and magnificent...