Located within 44 tranquil acres by the River Wensum, Norwich Cathedral welcomes all visitors, providing them with an extraordinary variety of things to do and see.
You can take a guided tour of the 900+ year old Cathedral and learn how it survived riot, war, plague and fire. There are herb and Japanese gardens to discover, and the largest monastic cloister in England.
The Hostry hosts numerous exhibitions in the Atrium, and the Library is open to all, with access to over 30,000 books. The award winning Restaurant and Coffee Shop is a spacious and airy place to meet for tea and coffee and enjoy freshly cooked food using local and seasonal produce.
The Cathedral plays host to a variety of events throughout the year and no visit is complete without a visit to the shop, containing a delightful range of locally sourced products.
Entry to the Cathedral is free; visitors are requested to make a donation to help with the Cathedral’s running costs.
The Hawk and Owl trust provide a live peregrine falcon webcam so that people can stream them live on the spire of Norwich Cathedral here.
Latest news from Norwich Cathedral
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