The Old Rectory Bed & Breakfast, Framingham Pigot, Norwich NR14 7QQ, phone 01508 493082


The historic city of Norwich offers an interesting balance of fascinating ancient cathedral city and thriving modern metropolis. Here you can find some of the finest medieval architecture in Britain, especially in its cathedral, castle and winding medieval streets.
Elm Hill Norwich
At the same time, Norwich boasts a vibrant mix of theatres, cinemas, art festivals, museums and galleries and a vast array of pubs, stylish café bars and restaurants. It is great fun to go shopping in this relaxed and friendly atmosphere! You'll discover a wealth of hidden treasures in Norwich's hidden lanes.
(picture left: Elm Hill)

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival attracts each year thousands of people with its spectacular performances and concerts (over 29,000 people in 2009).

"With its blend of classical and contemporary music, children’s events and contemporary performances there really is something to tempt everyone at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
It’s by far the biggest festival ever, and takes in venues that include one of the only surviving Victorian hippodromes, a Norwich city nightspot, the open spaces of Earlham Park and the beautifully refurbished Theatre Royal.
Choose the exhilaration of circus and pyrotechnic spectacle, the polished splendour of great orchestras, ensembles and choirs or the twists and turns of contemporary theatre."

Other Norwich attractions and activities

  • City Boat Tours offer a variety of day and evening cruises
  • Both the internationally renowned Maddermarket Theatre and the Norwich Puppet Theatre, one of only two dedicated puppet theatres in England, offer ambitious programs
  • The Plantation Garden, Norwich, a grade II English Heritage registered garden
  • The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts , Norwich, is a marvellous opportunity to discover parallels between masterpieces of Giacometti, Picasso, Bacon or Moore and art objects from other cultures
  • The Forum is the landmark Millennium project for the East of England and is on the site of the former Central Library which was destroyed by fire in 1994. It hosts (among other facilities) the Norfolk and Norwich Millenium Library, the BBC East studios, a tourist information, bar and restaurant.