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“Norfolk’s favourite building”Founded in 1096 and built using Normandy stone shipped from Caen, Norwich Cathedral is set in the 44 acre Cathedral Close, a peaceful city centre sanctuary.The Cathedral itself is one of the finest complete Romanesque...more
All reviews well worth a visit roof bosses beautiful building suggested donation edith cavell awe inspiring stained glass windows guided tour free entry steeped in history visiting norwich pulls ferry cakes cloisters refectory choir architecture
This is a wonderful Cathedral and well worth a visit. Entry is free but you are encouraged to make a donation. There are free guided tours also, though the brochure provided is very well laid out and informative. Don’t forget to visit the cloisters area....More
It has been several years since I have been to the cathedral and was impressed with the refectory that had been added which offered excellent food and drinks. It also has the bonus of a TV which offers you the opportunity to watch the birds...More
Visited on a Friday morning as part of a tour of Norwich Tudor history tour, inspired by latest Sansom book Tombland. Expected the usual 10 minute walk around but arrived just as a free guided tour was setting off. Gentlemen running it was very knowledgable...More
We firstly went to the Edith Cavell grave to show our respects, then had a stroll round the cloisters, which are magnificent, and then into the main Cathedral, we also went into the shop there with some very good items to purchase, which we did,...More
Norwich buses stop at Tombland a picturesque historic part of the town with the Cathedral gates opening out onto the city.
Peace can be found in this magnificent building, it draws you in with colourful lights shining through the stained glass windows, space to relax,...More
Hi Jill. The Cathedral's normal opening hours are 7.30am - 6.00pm, though other services such as the Hostry Visitor Centre and Refectory Cafe open and close at different times. You'll find full details within the Visit... More
Hi Jill. The Cathedral's normal opening hours are 7.30am - 6.00pm, though other services such as the Hostry Visitor Centre and Refectory Cafe open and close at different times. You'll find full details within the Visit section on our website. Hope that helps :-) James