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One of the city’s most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago. Now a museum and art gallery, it is home to some of the most outstanding collections of fine art, archaeology and natural history. Castle Meadow Norwich, East Anglia NR1 3JU Tel: 01603 493649
Library and centre for information, arts, events and tourism. Includes information on learning, visiting and facilities. Millennium Library the Forum Millennium Plain, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1TF Tel: 01603 727950
The official website for the Norfolk Broads. The Broads is a member of the international family of National Parks. Its unique landscape of shallow lakes and rivers is renowned for wildlife. A rich mix of attractions are on offer on land and water all year round - and the historic city of Norwich is right on the doorstep.
Dragon Hall is a unique Grade 1 listed medieval trading hall dating from around 1430, renowned for its spectacular timber crown-post roof and intricately carved and painted dragon. 115-123 King Street, Norwich, Norfolk. NR1 1QE Tel: 01603 663 922
The Sainbury Centre for Visual Arts is an inspirational public art museum at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.
Norwich Theatre Royal - East Anglia's Premier Theatre with a range of Dance, Family, Music, Musicals, Opera, Personalities, Drama and Standup Comedy. Theatre St, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1RL Tel: 01603 630000
For fantastic shopping and dining in Norwich, look no further than Chapelfield Shopping Centre. With over 90 shops, cafes and restaurants. St Stephens St Norwich NR1 3SH Tel: 01603 753344