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Shopmobility - Available at intu Chapelfield call 01603 753350 Parking - For car park locations, opening times and charges please visit www.visitnorwich.co.uk/parking

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By bus - Frequent bus services run to locations and attractions across the city and beyond. Norwich Bus Station is located on Surrey Street and bus stops can be found across the city www.travelineeastanglia.co.uk

Shopping & Attractions

By train - Norwich Train Station is located approximately 10 minutes walk from the city centre. Services run regularly to locations across Norfolk, to London Liverpool Street and Cambridge www.nationalrail.co.uk

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By bike - Pedalways make it easy to cycle around Norwich and you can pick up a copy of the Norwich Cycle Map from the Tourist Information Centre. Bike hire is available from Norwich Train Station and you can book at www.greateranglia.oxatis.com By foot - Norwich is an accessible city and the best way to explore is on foot. Look out for the City Hosts who are on-hand to help you navigate around the city and provide tips and advice.

Getting around Top attractions It’s easy to fill a day in Norwich with so many attractions to experience. Uncover the history and heritage, immerse yourself in the culture and let the city entertain you. Find out more at www.thenorwichattractions.co.uk

Norwich 12

The Plantation Garden

Norwich 12 is an initiative promoting the UK’s finest collection of individually outstanding heritage buildings spanning the Norman, medieval, Georgian, Victorian and modern eras. As well as those highlighted below, the 12 features The Great Hospital, St John’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, The Halls – St Andrew’s & Blackfriars’, The Guildhall, Dragon Hall, The Assembly House, St James Mill, Surrey House and City Hall. Find out more at www.norwich12.co.uk

Discover The Plantation Garden, a wonderfully restored idiosyncratic late Victorian town garden, including a gothic fountain, rustic bridge, an Italianate terrace and hundreds of architectural details fashionable in the mid 19th century. Open daily, small entry fee, teas on Sunday afternoons May-September. Also group tours by arrangement, see website. www.plantationgarden.co.uk / 07504 545810 Map location: K, D1

Map location: F, D4

Map location: A, D4

www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk / 01603 495897

www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk / 01603 629127

One of the City’s most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle, was built by the Normans as a royal palace 900 years ago. Now a museum and art gallery, it is home to outstanding collections of fine art, archaeology, natural history and costume and textiles. Open all year: Mon - Sat 10am-4.30pm. Sunday 1pm-4.30pm, July – September 2016 open til 5pm.

The Museum of Norwich celebrates the story of the city and its people. Discover how their lives changed as new industries catapulted Norwich into the world market, with Caleys, Colmans and Start-rite all becoming household names. Open all year: Tuesday to Saturday 10am-4.30pm.

Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery

Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell

Café Britannia Based at Norwich Prison with spectacular city views, Café Britannia is a shabby chic café working in partnership with HMP Norwich. The café has become so popular that sister café, Café Britannia in the City has now opened inside Norwich’s historic Guildhal. www.cafebritannia.co.uk / 01603 708600 ext 8770 Map location: L, A8 & D3

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Map location: B, E3

www.theforumnorwich.co.uk / 01603 727950

www.city-sightseeing.com / www.awayadays.com / 01263 587005

There’s always something going on at The Forum. Enjoy free exhibitions, events, markets and entertainment all year round, right in the centre of Norwich. The Forum is also home to the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library, BBC East, the Norwich Tourist Information Centre, Pizza Express and Café Bar Marzano. Twitter - @TheForumNorwich and Facebook The Forum, Norwich.

Discover Norwich aboard the City Sightseeing open top bus. Hop on, hop off at 9 stops near to the main attractions and at the railway and bus stations. Find out about the city from the on board commentary. Tickets valid 24 hours. Starts outside Theatre Royal on Theatre Street at 10.30am and runs hourly until 3.30pm, operates 25th March to 29th October. Tickets available on the bus. See map overleaf for stops.

The Forum

City Sightseeing Bus Tours

Enjoy a unique cultural experience at the Sainsbury Centre. This landmark building, designed by Norman Foster, is set in beautiful parkland at the University of East Anglia. Discover world and modern European art by artists such as Henry Moore, Frances Bacon and Pablo Picasso in our free collections. Experience critically acclaimed special exhibitions, take part in family friendly activities, relax in our Café or indulge yourself at our gallery shop. Open Tuesday – Friday, 10am-6pm. Saturday – Sunday, 10am-5pm. www.scva.ac.uk / 01603 593199 (booking line open Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm) Map location: H, D1

For a real taste of Norwich, visit the Colman’s Mustard Shop & Museum in the beautiful art nouveau Royal Arcade. Bursting with mustard and memorabilia, this Victorian style shop offers a huge range of Colman’s Mustard products, other local specialities and souvenirs. Discover cabinets filled with Colman’s curiosities, authentic artefacts and learn about 200 years of mustard making in Norwich as part of your unique shopping experience. Free entry. Open Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun (Jul-Dec) and bank holidays 11am-4pm.

The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

Colman’s Mustard Shop and Museum

www.mustardshopnorwich.co.uk / 01603 627889 Map location: C, E4 Jarrold

Norwich Cathedral

The South Asia Collection – Museum and Shop

Strangers’ Hall

Map location: I, C6

www.jarrold.co.uk / 01603 660661

www.cathedral.org.uk / 01603 218300

Don’t miss: the Jarrold shop in The Forum, showcasing the very best in gifts and art of the region.

One of England’s most awe-inspiring Cathedrals built over 900 years ago. Here you’ll find ancient Norman history plus art, culture, music, food, hospitality, learning & worship. The surrounding Cathedral Close also provides a picture-postcard setting ideal for walks. Free to enter, donations welcomed.

A family run department store since 1823, Jarrold’s historic building stands proudly in the heart of the city centre. Twice winner of the Independent Store of the Year award, Jarrold’s unique mix of exclusive brands, local products and choice of 4 fabulous restaurants, make it a must-visit shopping destination for locals and visitors alike – there’s something for everyone.

Map location: D, D4 Explore this magnificent Tudor house and see room settings enriched with period textiles and furniture. Admire the Great Hall, panelled Walnut Room, historic toy collection and delightful 17th century knot garden. Open: February – May & October to Christmas 2016, Wednesdays 10am-4pm and Sunday 1-4.30pm. June – September 2016, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 10am-4pm. Sunday 1-4.30pm.

A unique collection of South Asian decorative arts, crafts and paintings from the 18th century onwards. Also a vast emporium with oriental rugs, textiles, furnishings and gifts direct from South Asia. All housed in a Victorian architectural gem, a restored skating rink in the city centre. Exhibitions tours and talks. Entrance free. Open Monday – Saturday 9.30am – 5pm. www.sadacc.co.uk / www.countryandeastern.co.uk 01603 663890

www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk / 01603 493625 / 667229

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Culture Norwich Arts Centre 51 St Benedicts Street www.norwichartscentre.co.uk Firmly established in the heart of Norwich’s cultural community, Norwich Arts Centre on St Benedict’s Street delivers an exciting programme of exhibitions, live music, theatre, live art, comedy and live literature.

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Oriental Rugs of Norwich 4 Bedford Street www.orientalrugsofnorwich.co.uk Over 600 handmade rugs, runners and kilims on display over 3 floors friendly knowledgeable staff, all rugs try before you buy, free choose at home service and full cleaning and repair services offered.

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Thorns DIY 22 Exchange Street www.thornsdiy.com One of the oldest shops in Norwich and one of the last ironmongers in the UK. Since 1835, they have been trading thousands of products on every floor – DIY and so much more!

Drink The Birdcage 23 Pottergate www.thebirdcagenorwich.co.uk In the heart of the Norwich Lanes, boasts a mix of all things eclectic and hosts an array of events from weekly cabaret to art classes and DJs at the weekend. Bringing fish n chips over from the Grosvenor Fish Bar opposite, is also positively encouraged!

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Crafty Ewe 15 St Giles Street www.craftyewe.co.uk The largest and most exciting selection of knitting yarns and supplies in Norwich.

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The Book Hive 53 London Street www.thebookhive.co.uk The Daily Telegraph’s best small bookshop in England - “The kind of place I dreamt of existing in Norwich when I was growing up.” - Stephen Fry.

The Library Restaurant Bar & Grill 4a Guildhall Hill www.thelibraryrestaurant.co.uk With a new fresh look The Library continues to wow, this beautiful grade 2 listed space offers wood grilled local produce, as well as a new lounge area for artisan coffees, craft ales, wine and tapas. Courtyard dining in the warmer months. Child friendly.

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The Granary 5 Bedford Steet www.jarrold.co.uk An exciting collection of beautiful contemporary furniture, home accessories and gifts.

Namaste India 2a Opie Street www.namasteindianorwich.com A pure vegetarian and authentic family run Indian restaurant serving dishes from South India, North India and Gujarat. About 80% of the menu is gluten free or suitable for vegans.

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Shop The Good Earth Clothing Company 10 Pottergate www.norwichlanes.co.uk Selling ladies fashions from leading manufacturers with the emphasis on ethically produced clothing made from natural fabrics.

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Norfolk Yarn 11 Pottergate www.norfolkyarn.co.uk ‘A Knitters Paradise’, provider of high quality natural Fibres, Yarn and Fabric that will inspire your creative talent. New and exciting ranges throughout the year. Norwich exclusive in Kaffe Fassett fabrics and stockist of Erica Knight yarns & designs.

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Criss-crossing between Gentleman’s Walk and Castle St these streets offer shops such as Animal, Lush and City Bookshop.

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Norwich Lanes boasts a memorable and eclectic blend of independent shopping, leisure and entertainment. Explore the historic cobbled streets and narrow alleys and discover a charming yet funky mix of shops, cafés, bars, pubs, restaurants, hair & beauty salons, theatres and museums. For events, contact information and opening times visit www.norwichlanes.co.uk

The Grosvenor Fish Bar 28 Lower Goat Lane www.fshshop.com A traditional family business for over 30 years that serves freshly cut chips and perfectly battered fish in a 1700s listed building to eat in or take-away.

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Map location: Chapelfield & St Stephens - No. 8, F3

Don’t miss: Gap, Jack Wills, Winsor Bishop Jewellers, Aleks Jewellers, Bullens, White Stuff, Boots, East, Jigsaw, Bowhill & Elliott, Bravissimo and The Book Hive.

Don’t miss: Cath Kidston, The Crew Clothing Company, Dipple & Conway Opticians, L’Occitane, The Body Shop, Waterstones, Joules, Dr Martens and Paperchase.

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Don’t miss: Slaters, BHS, Argos, Ecco Shoes, Miss Selfridge, Jonathan Trumbull, Wilkinsons, Poundland and Iceland.

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Where the independent stores of the Norwich Lanes meet the high-end retail offer.

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Don’t miss: The Jade Tree, The Bear Shop and Elm Hill Craft Shop.

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Don’t miss: Middletons, Ginger, London Camera Exchange and The Murderers / Gardener’s Arms, Coccolino.

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Once a timber market, today an attractive pedestrianised street with a range of specialist individual shops.

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The main pedestrianised thoroughfare through the city with a variety of well known and loved high street names.

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Map location: Castle & Market Place - No. 12, D5

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Don’t miss: Benefit - the first ‘boutique within a department store’.

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Don’t miss: Everything from food and drink to clothes, pet supplies, books and beauty. www.facebook.com/ norwichmarkettraders

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This five floor shopping centre offers many top names as well as independent shops. There is a popular food court, 800 car parking spaces and an 8-screen Vue cinema.

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Offers great designer brand shopping including exclusive clothing & limited edition fashion, accessories, lingerie, home furnishings & cosmetics.

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Don’t miss: The Place to Eat restaurant, Benugo Café and the Bureau de Change.

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Map location: Chapelfield & St Stephens - No. 11, F4

This iconic British retailer offers quality styled clothing for Women, Men and Kids alongside a comprehensive Home range and Food Hall. Hot Food on the Move, 2 Cafes, Bureau de Change and M&S Bank all add to a fantastic experience. www.marksandspencer.com Map location: Chapelfield & St Stephens - No. 3, E4

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Visit the jewel in the Norwich crown to experience classic independent boutiques and eateries including Jamie’s Italian and Macarons & More. Bespoke jewellery, ladies clothing, leather specialists and Berrys & Grey Homeware. Stylish galleries and Colman’s Mustard Museum.

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Everything you need from linens to home technology, fashions to furniture all under one roof. Multi-storey car park linked directly to the shop.

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Don’t miss: Apple, Zara, H&M, HMV and Wagamama.

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East Anglia’s top independent department store offers an unrivalled choice throughout 5 floors with fashion, beauty, furniture, books, homewares, toys, art & craft, a Deli, 4 restaurants inc. a coffee bar.

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Stylish, vibrant shopping centre with over 80 shops, tempting cafés and restaurants and the only House of Fraser in the region. The place to dine, shop and meet.

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The place to shop Norwich is a UK top shopping destination for a reason. Indulge in some retail therapy with department stores, independent shops, boutiques, vintage and markets. Find out more at www.visitnorwich.co.uk/shopping

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The Forum Shop Pick up your locally-sourced souvenirs and gifts from The Forum Shop by Jarrold. The shop showcases the very best arts and gifts of the region.

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Down every cobbled street, through every welcoming door, behind every rippling pane of glass in every glowing window, there’s a story waiting to be discovered. Take some time to delve into the heritage and discover new delights and you’ll soon see why there is always a tale to tell. Be inspired at www.cityofstories.co.uk and plan your visit at www.visitnorwich.co.uk

Tourist information For advice, guided tours, leaflets, maps and gifts, Norwich Tourist Information centre is located in The Forum. To get in touch contact 01603 213999 or tourism@norwich.gov.uk

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