Tombland & Elm Hill
Hop-on/hop-off bus service stopping at nine destinations around the city centre, including by the tourist office.
Norwich castle guided tours
Walking tours of Norwich's medieval heart around Tombland, the cathedral and Elm Hill. Departs from the Great West Doors of the cathedral.
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Lonely Planet review
In the heart of the city, near the cathedral, lies leafy Tombland, where the market was originally located. Despite its ominous overtones, 'tomb' is an old Norse word for 'empty', hence the space for a market. Cross over and 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. It's one of the oldest intact streets in the city and now the centre of the local antiques business.