Travelling to Norwich for a day out is a straight road in via the A140 and just 11 miles to the city centre.
Northeast of the centre of Norwich is the medieval Norwich Cathedral, a Romanesque building with ornate cloisters. Two imposing gates, St. Ethelbert’s and Erpingham, lead to the Tombland area, once a Saxon marketplace. Nearby, the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell traces local history, including a re-created old pharmacy and exhibits on the textile industry.
Norwich Market is an outdoor market consisting of around 200 stalls in central Norwich, England. Founded in the latter part of the 11th century to supply Norman merchants and settlers moving to the area following the Norman conquest of England, it replaced an earlier market a short distance away. To find out more about Norwich Market, click here to visit their website.
Norwich is also home to the newly promoted Premier League team, Norwich City Football Club. Why go along and watch a game when they are playing at Carrow Road? Alternatively, you can watch the Canaries on the big screen in one of the many public houses in Norwich. Find the latest match fixtures by visiting the official Norwich City website. On the ball City!
For more information on Norwich, the Visit Norwich website is a great resource for upcoming events, shows, places to eat and places to visit.