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Getting here

Getting Here

By train

Greater Anglia trains run to Norwich from London’s Liverpool Street Station every 30 minutes during the day (Journey time averages 90 minutes – 115 minutes), stopping at Ipswich, Colchester, Chelmsford and Stratford.

A direct service also links Cambridge to Norwich (Journey time: 1 hour 10 minutes).

Click here for timetables and tickets

 

By coach

National Express coaches travel to Norwich from London and other major cities and airports several times daily. London-to-Norwich journey time: around 3 hours. National Express Airport links London’s Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports to Norwich with a direct service up to 10 times a day.

Click here for timetables and tickets

 

By car

It’s easy to reach Norwich by car on any of the major roads to the area, including the M11, A11, A12, A140 (from London, the south, the ferry ports and the channel tunnel) and the A14, A47, A1/M1 (from the north and west).

Click here for info on where to park in Norwich

 

By air

Norwich Airport is only a 2.5 mile journey from Norwich city centre.

Click here to visit the Norwich Airport website

Getting Around

On foot

Norwich city centre is easy to get around on foot and the majority of Festival venues are within walking distance of each other.

Click here to look at a map of Norwich

By bike

There are dedicated cycle lanes on many of Norwich’s roads.

Click here to look at the Norwich cycle map

 

Festival Associate Partner, Beryl powered by National Grid, are offering discounted use of Beryl bikes and e-scooters for ticket holders during the Festival.

Bit too far to walk? Don’t want to think about parking or catching the last bus? There are Beryl bays in handy spots across the city, take a look at the locations here.

Arts make life better

Norfolk & Norwich Festival brings tens of thousands of people together in celebration – it has been doing this for 250 years. Through our May Festival and our year-round arts education work, focusing on children and young people, we lead and support celebration, creativity and curiosity in communities across Norfolk and the region.

This year we begin an exciting new initiative, Festival Connect & Create that will bring creative opportunities to those schools and communities with least provision. Creativity transforms people’s lives. It builds cohesive communities, develops vital skills and supports health and wellbeing. We want more people to have access to creative opportunities.

Please consider donating to support and develop this work. With your help we can increase access to the life changing power of the arts.

Registered Charity No. 116442

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