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You’ll find culture galore in Norwich and Norfolk, from theatres to walking tours, exhibitions, festivals, and much more. Discover a modern cultural hub which will leave you spoilt for choice!
Visit one of Norwich’s best-known landmarks, Norwich Castle, now a museum and art gallery. Originally built as a Royal Palace 900 years ago, it is now home to some exceptional collections of fine art, archaeology and natural history with treasures to excite and captivate guests of all ages.
For an unmissable experience, head to Norfolk & Norwich Festival, one of the oldest city festivals in England. Every May, the flagship arts festival transforms the streets and public spaces with a world-class programme spanning music, theatre, literature, visual arts, circus, dance and free outdoor events.
Visit an inspirational art museum in a world-class Norman Foster building at the University of East Anglia. Discover sculptures by Henry Moore, Elizabeth Frink and Antony Gormley and modern art by Pablo Picasso, Francis Bacon and Edgar Degas. With world art spanning 5,000 years and regular special exhibitions events, it’s an art lovers’ paradise.
From Medieval to modern day, the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell tells the city’s story, from the textile trade, to the production of shoes, chocolate, and mustard in ten galleries over two floors. Astonishing artefacts are cleverly bought to life with lots of hands-on, audio diaries, and archive film in the recreated cinema.
Sundown is held every September just outside Norwich at The Norfolk Showground. Camp and glamp or buy day and weekend tickets and enjoy artists such as Shawn Mendes, Zara Larsson and Anne-Marie. Find bar’s, eateries, a pamper lounge, VIP area and an accessible campsite at this family friendly music festival.
Situated in Chapelfield, the Norwich Theatre Royal is a 1,300 seat art-deco theatre, restored and revamped in 2006. From opera, plays, musicals and dance to family shows, pantomimes and music, the theatre offers an extensive programme for all the family as well as a wide range of food, snacks and drinks from the café and bar.
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