Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
The Sainsbury Centre is an art gallery and museum located on the campus of the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England. The building, which contains a collection of world art, was one of the first major public buildings to be designed by the architects Norman Foster and Wendy Cheesman, completed in 1978.
Norwich Market (also known as Norwich Provision 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.
Eaton Park is a large public park located in Eaton, Norwich, England.
City of Norwich Aviation Museum
The City of Norwich Aviation Museum is a volunteer-run museum and charitable trust dedicated to the preservation of the aviation history of the county of Norfolk, England. The museum is located on the northern edge of Norwich International Airport and is reached by road through the village of Horsham St Faith.
Strangers' Hall Museum
Strangers' Hall is a museum of domestic history located in Norwich, Norfolk, UK. It is a Grade I listed building.
Wymondham Abbey (pronounced Windum) is the Anglican parish church for the town of Wymondham in Norfolk, England. A wide range of services for worship take place, including different formats such as Messy Church, Sunday Sung Eucharist, Pram service, Morning Prayer and Evensong with Benediction.
The Norwich Playhouse is a theatre in St George's Street, Norwich, Norfolk, England. It opened in 1995 in a nineteenth-century building that was once a maltings, and is a venue for theatre, comedy, music, cabaret and other performing arts.
St Peter Mancroft
St Peter Mancroft is a parish church in the Church of England, in the centre of Norwich, Norfolk. After the two cathedrals, it is the largest church in Norwich and was built between 1430 and 1455.
The Maddermarket Theatre is a British theatre located in St. John's Alley in Norwich, Norfolk, England.
St Margaret's Church of Art
St Margaret's Church, Norwich is a Grade I listed redundant parish church in the Church of England in Norwich.
Earlham Park Woods is a 8. 1-hectare (20-acre) Local Nature Reserve on the western outskirts of Norwich in Norfolk.
University of East Anglia
The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a public research university in Norwich, England. Established in 1963 on a 320-acre (130-hectare) campus west of the city centre, the university has four faculties and 26 schools of study.
Wymondham Historic Railway Station
Wymondham railway station is on the Breckland Line in the East of England, serving the town of Wymondham, Norfolk. The line runs between Cambridge in the west and Norwich in the east.
Norwich Arts Centre
Norwich Arts Centre is a live music venue, theatre and art gallery located in St. Benedict's Street in Norwich, Norfolk, England.
Norwich Puppet Theatre
The Norwich Puppet Theatre is a nationally unique venue dedicated to puppetry housed in the medieval church of Saint James the Less a Grade 1 listed building, in the city of Norwich, England. It currently houses a 165-seat raked auditorium, a 50-seat studio, workshops, an exhibition gallery, a shop and a licensed bar.
Marston Marshes is a 25. 9-hectare (64-acre) Local Nature Reserve on the southern outskirts of Norwich in Norfolk.
Surrey House, in Norwich, England, is the historic home of the insurance company Aviva (formerly Norwich Union) and a Grade I listed building. It is an example of Edwardian architecture designed by George Skipper and built between 1900 and 1912.
Norwich Castle Keep
Norwich Castle is a medieval royal fortification in the city of Norwich, in the English county of Norfolk. William the Conqueror (1066–1087) ordered its construction in the aftermath of the Norman conquest of England.
Adam & Eve Norwich
Adam and Eve is a pub in the city of Norwich, England. It is located in Bishopgate, close to Norwich Cathedral, the Great Hospital and Norwich Crown Court.
Mousehold Heath is a freely accessible area of heathland and woodland which lies to the north-east of the medieval city boundary of Norwich, in eastern England. The name also refers to the much larger area of open heath that once extended from Norwich almost to the Broads, and which was kept free of trees by both human activity and the action of animals grazing on saplings.
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