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Norwich Theatre Royal

Norwich Theatre Royal.

Found in the heart of Norwich, Norwich Theatre Royal presents a high quality mix of musicals, comedy, drama, dance, opera and family shows all year round.

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John Lewis & Partners Norwich

John Lewis & Partners Norwich Store

The John Lewis & Partners Norwich store was previously known as ‘Bonds’, a name under which it traded for 122 years. In-keeping with it’s long-established values such as quality, service and fair pricing, the store offers a great shopping experience over four floors from its central location.

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Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery

Norwich Castle on its mound.

Norwich Castle is one museum that you simply can’t miss in more ways than one. Set high on Castle Mound in the centre of Norwich, it looks majestically over the skyline that it must have seen alter so dramatically in the almost 1000 years of its existence.

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Bar Tapas

Inside Bar Tapas.

Bar Tapas is one of our favourite Norwich eateries and specialises in a wide range of delicious tapas dishes. Notable highlights are the Beer battered Jalapenos Mozzarella fingers, homemade soup and Chilli dishes.

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Frank’s Bar

The Front Room at Franks Bar.

If we had to sum up the vibe at Frank's Bar, we'd say hip New York café meets Paris (artists quarter) brasserie, with just a tiny sprinkle of 1980s (the good bits). You'll love the food and the atmosphere will make you'll feel like you've come home. A rare find indeed.

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The Murderers Café Bar

Murderers Cafe.

Breakfasts, filled baguettes, salads and jacket potatoes sit alongside ‘traditional’ pub-style food such as Curry, Chilli Con Carne, Fish & Chips, Bangers & Mash and Burgers, all prepared and presented with care. On Sunday’s there is a traditional Roast.

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The Refectory

The Refectory.

Situated within the most impressive of all Norwich buildings, the 900+ year-old Norman Cathedral, The Refectory (meaning ‘Dining Hall’) is much more than simply an excellent place to grab coffee or lunch whilst in the City Centre.

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