Colman’s Mustard Shop and Museum
It was Colman’s Mustard, in the Colman’s Mustard Shop with a pot of Colman’s Mustard. Only kidding. The Colman’s Mustard Shop and Museum celebrates over two hundred years of the iconic British condiment.
Caistor Roman Town
Archaeology and history enthusiasts will be in heaven at Caistor Roman Town. Once known as Venta Icenorum, this is where Norwich first started. All that remains today are street outlines, burial sites and parts of the walled fortifications.
The Old Skating Rink Gallery
The South Asian Decorative Arts and Crafts Collection might not be what you’d expect to find in a Victorian skating rink in Norwich but this diverse range of objects will leave you dazzled.
Weekend breaks in Norwich simply aren’t complete without a trip to the Norfolk Broads. Venture out of town to this famous network of waterways for some fishing, cycling, walking, bird watching canoeing and boating.
Norwich Puppet Theatre
Take the little ones to Norwich Puppet Theatre, housed in a Grade I-listed medieval building, for fantastic live shows and fascinating kids’ workshops.
Set against the backdrop of Norwich’s finest medieval architecture, the Lanes is the place to go for independent shops, bars and restaurants.
Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery
Ride in Boudica’s chariot, prepare to be amazed by the Twining Teapot Gallery and much more at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery.
On a behind-the-scenes tour of BBC Norwich, the BBC’s regional HQ, you get to listen in on Radio Norwich live and snoop round the Look East news studio. In 5, 4, 3, 2, 1...
Working in Norwich
If you’re in Norwich for work, you won’t be alone. As the home to Aviva, Kettle Foods and BBC East, we’re used to hosting business travellers in our Norwich business hotels. As well as having hotels in the city centre, you’ll find us near Norwich Airport and on the Broadland Business Park to help make your trip as convenient as possible.