Norwich's most impressive landmark is a magnificent Anglican cathedral. Its barbed spire soars higher than any in England except...
Tombland & Elm Hill
Leafy Tombland, near Norwich Cathedral, is where the market was originally located ('tomb' is an old Norse word for empty, hence space...
Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell
Best be on your best behaviour: 14th-century Bridewell is a former house of correction, a 'prison for women, beggars and tramps'....
Adam & Eve
Norwich's oldest-surviving pub has been slaking thirst since 1249, when the cathedral builders used to drop by. Tiny, with a sunken...
Tuck into doorstep sarnies, steaming jacket potatoes and top tea and scones.
Ghost Walks information
A lively immersion in Norwich's haunted history; the tours depart from the Adam & Eve pub on Bishopsgate at 7.30pm. There's no need to book.