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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
Norwich Cathedral and the Close are well worth a visit. The Cathedral is tremendously impressive and staff/guides were very welcoming.
Highly recommend setting aside a good hour to slowly walk around and appreciate the cloisters and also view the nesting peregrine falcons.
This cathedral is very impressive on its own, but I have also been lucky enough to hear the choir during my visit, which underlined the majestic ambience of the cathedral. I loved the cloister paths next to the cathedral, which were perfect for a tranquil...More
Our city break was greatly enhanced by our visit to the cathedral. The building is inspiring (even to me, who is not religious) we went on the tour. Ann the guide was fantastic. She was knowledgable, patient, funny and graceful, a true delight. If you...More
Thought we would spend a short amount of time in this cathedral. Spent a lot more!! Happened to be there when a tour was about to start. Our lucky day! The tour guide was incredibly knowledgeable. The tour went so quickly. Didn’t seem like an...More
This enormous church has inspiring vaulted interior and all the wonderful masonry skilled carvings imaginable. It is not full of ancient tombs or royal burial chapels which does allow you to see proportions better than in other churches of a similar age.
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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