Tombland & Elm Hill
Norwich's most impressive landmark is a magnificent Anglican cathedral. Its barbed spire soars higher than any in England except...
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'....
Crowning a hilltop overlooking central Norwich, this massive, 12th-century castle is one of England’s best-preserved examples of...
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.
Tombland & Elm Hill information
Leafy Tombland, near Norwich Cathedral, is where the market was originally located ('tomb' is an old Norse word for empty, hence space for a market). From there, follow Princes St to reach Elm Hill, Norwich's prettiest street, with its medieval cobblestones, crooked timber beams and doors, intriguing shops and tucked-away cafes.