Visit Norwich by train
Take the train to Norwich and enjoy the city’s many sights. The castle, cathedrals and medieval buildings make Norwich one of Britain’s finest cities.
Discover 12 of the city's finest buildings through a guided tour. Medieval Dragon Hall and the elegant Georgian Assembly House are two of the renowned 'Norwich 12', each a perfect example of amazing architecture. Another is The Forum, the landmark Millenium project for the East of England and the most striking example of post-war architecture in Norwich city centre. Providing many visitor experiences, it's home to Norwich Tourist Information Centre and Fusion, a giant digital gallery of film, image and sound as well as BBC Radio Norfolk and BBC Look East.
What towers 96 metres into the sky? It's the spire of the awesome Romanesque Norwich Cathedral that has dominated the city skyline for the past 900 years. Step inside the breathtaking interior to see its carved cloisters, treasures from the Middle Ages and Europe's most important collection of decorative roof bosses.
Set off down the maze of medieval Norwich Lanes and lose yourself for a few hours in jumbled alleys and hidden courtyards lined with individual retro shops, plenty of lively street cafés, historic pubs, wine bars and delis.
Norwich is one of the UK's top ten places to shop. With over 150 high street shops found within The Mall, Chapelfield Shopping Centre and along Gentleman's Walk by the vast open-air market. Take time out to sample tea and scones at the award-winning, family run Jarrolds store, just one of the four classy department stores in Norwich, including House of Fraser and John Lewis.
Have family fun exploring the stunning Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts set in beautiful parkland at the University of East Anglia. Discover world art and objects such as Degas' Little Dancer in the permanent collection or take part in a practical workshop or masterclass.
This is a really lively city with lots to do in the evening that won't cost a bomb. Choose from scores of fantastic pubs and restaurants dotted around the city, take in a show at the celebrated Theatre Royal, a film at the Riverside complex, or a classical concert at historic St Andrew's Hall.
A considerable number of taxis serve a taxi rank on the station forecourt.