Norwich CathedralNorwich, Norfolk Category Historic Sites
The Cathedral itself is one of the finest complete Romanesque buildings in Europe, with the highest Norman tower and largest monastic cloisters in England.
Inside, the Cathedral tells almost 1000 years of history, with their enthusiastic volunteers on hand to talk you through the incredible stories of its past.There is more to see at Norwich Cathedral than you think. Their award-winning 21st century Refectory restaurant is open seven days a week, as is the Hostry which features a rolling programme of exhibitions, many of them featuring local artists. You can also experience the tranquility of the expansive Library, Herb Garden or Japanese Garden, as well as guided tours of the building throughout the week. Afterwards, feel free to explore the lanes of the Cathedral Close, a quaint village just minutes from the bustling city centre, and stop for a picnic on one of the many well kept greens.
Norwich Cathedral is a living centre for worship, learning and hospitality, extending a warm welcome to all our visitors from Norfolk and beyond. Part of the Norwich 12 - An initiative of Norwich Heritage, Economic & Regeneration Trust.