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Top recommendations from locals

Museum
“Norwich Castle was completed in 1121, although originally designed to be a Royal Palace, no Norman King actually ever lived in it. In 1883 worked started to convert the Castle into a museum, opening in 1894, which it still exists as today! The Museum has incredible archaeology, natural history, regimental history galleries, as well as fine decorative and contemporary art. Tours of the castle keep, battlements, dungeons and Victorian Shirehall courthouse are available. It’s a great day out for kids and adults alike and is a wonderfully interesting educational environment. The castle is open all year round, Monday to Sunday with admissions for a family (with 2 adults) available at £34.85. Visit here for more information and prices. ”
  • 40 lokale anbefaler
Art Museum
“Fantastic permanent exhibition with regular program of changing exhibitions of arts and crafts. ”
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Art Gallery
“A great place to eat, drink, admire the current art exhibition and see many live music and comedy events. There's usually something on there year round and the venue is interesting itself, housed in an old church, with several different spaces to choose from. A great place to visit on a rainy day or for an evening's entertainment.”
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History Museum
“Explore one of the oldest and most fascinating buildings in Norwich. Home to wealthy merchants and mayors when Norwich was in its heyday, this beautifully preserved building dates back to 1320. Wander through a maze of passages to discover a series of inter-linked rooms with period settings. See the Tudor Great Hall, the Georgian Dining Room and the magnificent stone-vaulted undercroft. Admire Lady Paine's 17thC bedroom and the panelled Walnut Room. Enjoy delightful collections of historic toys and a cellar full of colourful shop signs. In fine weather, take a stroll in the lavender-filled garden.”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“A wonderful little museum in the centre of Norwich that really takes you through a historical tour of the city. “From Medieval to modern day, the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell tells the story of the city’s industries and the people who lived and worked here. From the textile trade which was at the heart of the city’s wealth, to the production of shoes, chocolate and mustard, the story of how Norwich constantly adapted to changing fortunes, and coped with two World Wars is told in ten galleries over two floors....” please see the website for opening times and prices.”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“This is where the Tourist Office is , also great for exhibitions , coffee , lunch etc . ”
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Art Gallery
“Norwich Studio Art Gallery has been a part of the Norfolk art scene for 10 years. Housed in a seventeenth century former butchers shop this small gallery is a colourful part of local life in Upper St Giles. ​ The gallery specialises in modern and contemporary fine art with a focus on Eastern European arts and crafts.”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“The City of Norwich Aviation Museum houses an impressive selection of both preserved and mocked up aircraft as well as a fascinating series of well thought out exhibits concerning aviation, it's history and it's socio-economic impact on the region. There are dedicated displays depicting the differing RAF sites around Norfolk so it's a special treat for those with older relatives who were in the military to look up where Grandad was posted, etc. Although a pleasant stop it's by no means a full day's worth.”
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Museum
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Museum
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Art Gallery
“A wonderful shop which sells paintings and pottery and also sorts of artefacts. Features the work of local artists, including Amelia Bowman.”
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