Norwich - A Fine City
A vibrant city offering an exciting blend of culture, history and industry.
Norwich is East Anglia’s capital city. Its rich cultural, social and educational resources make it a fascinating place to explore and a stimulating environment in which to study.
The city blends old and new to great effect, with its magnificent Norman Cathedral and Castle complemented by the thoroughly modern Forum (incorporating the Millennium Library), Riverside development and Chapelfield shopping complex.
Norwich is large enough to support a lively arts and music scene but its lanes, parks, gardens and river walks can also easily be explored by bicycle or on foot. The city centre has a wealth of art galleries, museums, cinemas and theatres, pubs and restaurants, whilst the large open air market and hundreds of speciality shops make the city one of the most popular places for shopping in the country. The University of East Anglia is a short bus ride away and its greenfield campus offers further excellent amenities in the form of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and the Sportspark.
For those who want to explore a little further afield, the city is set in magnificent countryside, close to the Norfolk Broads and some of the UK’s most breath-taking coastline.
The Visit Norwich website provides the latest listings and information for the city and the surrounding area. To make the most out of your visit and for itinerary ideas, click here.