Heritage

Immerse yourself in Norfolk and Suffolk's rich heritage, whether in a historic home, visiting one of the many mills or churches scattered throughout the countryside or visiting a fantastic museum

Norwich Cathedral

Norwich Cathedral is the most complete Norman cathedral in England and one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Europe

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Norwich Castle Museum & Gallery

Norwich Castle was founded by William the Conquerer between 1066 and 1075

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Cathedral of St John the Baptist

The Cathedral of St John the Baptist is the Roman Catholic cathedral of Norwich

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The Royal Arcade

The 247-foot-long Royal Arcade is a stunning landmark in the heart of Norwich

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The Assembly House

Located on Theatre Street, the Assembly House is a beautiful Georgian Grade I listed building

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Norwich Lanes

Exploring the historic Norwich Lanes is one of the best ways to spend your time in Norwich

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Trolleybus Weekend

The Trolleybus Weekend takes place on 22nd & 23rd September at the East Anglia Transport Museum

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Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival

The Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival takes place on 8th & 9th September 2018

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Heritage Open Days

The hugely popular annual Heritage Open Days festival sees thousands of people exploring hidden gems throughout Norwich and Norfolk, all for free!

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Lowestoft Maritime Museum

Dedicated to maritime history, the Lowestoft Maritime Museum is Britain’s most easterly museum

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