Norwich Sights and Landmarks Guide, United Kingdom
Norwich is a beautiful town in the east of England. It has been regarded as a great tourism spot. There are many notable landmarks, parks, theatres, shopping centers and buildings of historical importance. Tourism has been the major industry in this city. Every year millions of tourists visit Norwich to explore its beauty, culture and entertainment sights. Whatever is your style and budget, you can find every type of entertainment spots in Norwich.
You can find here wonderful and charming nightclubs, luxurious hotels, restaurants, grand hotels, big shopping malls, theatres and theme park to enjoy your holidays.
Some of the most popular sights and attractions in Norwich include the following.
The Mall Norwich
The Mall center is an excellent shopping place in Norwich. There are hundreds of shops and stores in The Mall. You can also find a great number of restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs. Shopping at The Mall can be an exciting and most wonderful experience of your life.
It is a great indoor shopping center in Norwich. It was opened in 2005. It has more than 80 shops and a big departmental store House of Fraser. Chapefield also features 17 cafes, restaurants and bars.Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
It is an important art gallery and museum. The building was designed by a famous architect Norman Foster. It was opened to public in 1978. The museum has a great collection of the historical objects reflecting the history and culture of Norwich.Norwich Castle
Norwich castle is an excellent tourism spot in Norwich. It is a great historical place built in 1067. It features a big museum and art gallery, which is opened to public throughout the week. Norwich Castle has also been served as Royal Palace. It also exhibits the objects of contemporary art and culture.The Forum
It is a great community place in Norwich. It was designed by Michael Hopkins and Partners. The Forum is home to the local Tourist Information Centre, Millennium Library and BBC studio. The Forum is also known as Norwich 12, which is known as a collection of the historical buildings of different ages including Victorian, Medieval and Norman.Norwich Cathedral
It is a great historical church in Norwich dedicated to Holy and Undivided Trinity. It was built in the Norman style. The church was built in the late 11th century. The cathedral's spire is the second tallest in UK. It is 315 feet high. The interior of the church is decorated with the theological images and beautiful glass work. Cathedral has two big gates.
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