The 14th-century bridewell, or 'prison for women, beggars and tramps', housed in a former merchant's house, has reopened after a grand...
A 12-seater open-top charabanc drives you around town, taking in all 12 of Norwich's iconic buildings (www.norwich12.co.uk). Tours...
Perched on a hilltop overlooking central Norwich, this massive Norman castle keep is a sturdy example of 12th-century aristocratic...
Elm Hill Brasserie
On the corner of the city's most famous street, this simple and elegant restaurant is bathed in light from its giant windows. Scrubbed...
Lonely Planet review
On the very spot where the original Colman's Mustard shop once stood, this funky little cafe proudly carries on with the theme, with flashes of bright yellow throughout. The coffees are decent, the breakfast menu features some unusual items, such as huevos rancheros (Mexican-style eggs with salsa), and the changing daily lunch items include the likes of hearty lasagne.