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Elm Hill

Waggon and Horses Lane, Norwich NR3 1HG, England
+44 1603 666071
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Medieval street

Old cobbled street with both sides having original medieval buildings now mostly antique shops... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
753anthonyl
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Guildford, United Kingdom
a very charming part of norwich

this is a lovely part of norwich.it is like walking back in time,it is a cobbled street flanked... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
David H
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Norwich, United Kingdom
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Waggon and Horses Lane, Norwich NR3 1HG, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Old cobbled street with both sides having original medieval buildings now mostly antique shops. Picturesque part of Norwich. There is a plaque on most buildings telling the story of the ownership of the building, with a quaint old stamp and coin shop on the corner...More

1  Thank 753anthonyl
Reviewed 1 week ago

this is a lovely part of norwich.it is like walking back in time,it is a cobbled street flanked either side by beautiful,old houses.there is a wonderful stamp and coin shop on the corner whichis worth a look.at one end is a church with a charming...More

Thank David H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a "must" in Norwich and beside being a short street every stone worths it. Very interesting and highly recommended to read all the plaques about the story of the different houses and the church.

Thank Lluis G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Elm Hill is a real throw back in time.. great cobblestone street with buildings which seem to be as old.. very picturesque with it's beautiful buildings..

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful, cobbled road to walk down in the centre of Norwich. Good opportunity for photography too.

Thank Max S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely place to visit and to look and admire at the quaint streets and shops.not a place for the very young or if you have difficulty in walking as streets are cobbled and narrow path ways

Thank tcarter263
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

What a lovely cobbled street. Patisaries and art galleries plus at the top at Andrews hall.ladies I would suggest if you go to elm hill to wear sensable shoes though.

Thank Paul W
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Go back in time and walk the cobbled streets, which can be hard on the feet. Interesting buildings to see.

Thank Rizzo999
Reviewed 4 May 2017

Walking up the hill you will find it a little steeper than you first thought. Many small shops selling collectable stamps, coins, artwork and so much more.

Thank ChrisandMick60
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Elm hill was quite difficult to find..it being a one way road did not help matters either.When we finally located it we likened it to Mermaid street in Rye,a beautiful cobbled street with quaint little shops to suit and the part timbered buildings too......my only...More

1  Thank shane s
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