• Norwich castle
  • Elm Hill Norwich
  • The Guildhall Norwich
  • Bishops Bridge Norwich

Norwich 12 presents 12 iconic landmarks on their website at http://www.norwich12.co.uk which includes a map with lots of information about these important sites

Get information about the Norwich Sightseeing Bus on their website. runs daily from April to October with a reduced service during October.  Click on the link for more information including the tour map, prices and timetable

On the the VisitNorwich website there are links to information about guided walks and exploring the city.  The VisitNorwich and VisitNorfolk websites are also great resources of information to help you plan your stay

Our Blog Posts

Below is a list (albeit short at the moment!) of blog posts covering our own experiences of sightseeing in Norwich.  Subscribe to the blog to keep updated of new posts.

  • City Hall Norwich City Hall NorwichA visit to City Hall during the Heritage Open Days scheme. City Hall is an impressive Art Deco building completed in 1938 which still retains many of its original features and fittings.
  • Curat House Norwich Curat House NorwichCurat House is a fascinating and well preserved 16th century house with an undercroft which is hidden behind the modern facade of the Fat Face clothing shop. You can only see this as part of the Heritage Open Day scheme.
  • Spooky City for Halloween Halloween in Chapelfield Gardens“Spooky City” was a free event organised by Norwich council for Halloween and as far as I know, this was the first year they have done it.  I thought it was great fun.  Crowds turned out for it and lots of people and children got dressed up for it too which added to the atmosphere. It ...
  • The Plantation Garden Norwich A small but characterful and interesting city centre garden which has undergone restoration in recent years. Tucked away like a little secret garden, it’s a lovely peaceful place to visit