Your Visit

Norwich

Norwich

The background is filled with blue sky & a flint church. There is a pink cherry blossom tree, in full bloom. In front of the tree is a red telephone box.

Norwich is a vibrant city, rich with culture and history, as well as being the UK’s first UNESCO City of Literature and home to the largest open-air market in the country. When you’re not at a Festival event you can visit the award winning Norwich Lanes; host to over 300 independent shops, cafes and bars. Or take a trip down Magdalen Street where shops are bursting at the seams with antique goodies to hunt through. Norwich is also home to the historic Norwich Cathedral and Norwich Castle, both available to visit seven days a week.

Click here to go to the Visit Norwich website

 

 

 


Image credits: Masthead © Chris Taylor | Norfolk © JMA Photography | Getting Here © Dibs McCallum | Venues © Andi Sapey.

Norfolk & Norwich Festival brings tens of thousands of people together in celebration – it has been doing this for nearly 250 years. Through our arts education work, we lead and support celebration, creativity and curiosity in communities across Norfolk.

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