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The Book Hive

Book Hive exterior.

Officially endorsed by Stephen Fry, The Book Hive in the Norwich Lanes is the City’s only truly independent bookshop.

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intu Chapelfield

Chapelfield Plain.

A shoppers paradise in the heart of Norwich. Big names, local brands and plenty of places to stop and catch up over lunch or coffee and cake.

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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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Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse

The main Gressenhall building.

Situated just outside Dereham, and about 20-30 minutes drive from Norwich, in the centre of Norfolk, Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse is a fantastic day out for all the family.

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Norwich Puppet Theatre

Tinderbox at Norwich Puppet Theatre.

One of only a very small number of theatres dedicated to puppetry within the UK, the Norwich Puppet Theatre is also the only theatre in the Eastern region to offer a year round programme of family entertainment.

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Cinema City

Norwich Cinema City Picture House

An essential stamping ground for film buffs, Cinema City is a Picturehouse Cinema, showing the BEST in independent, foreign language, classic and quality mainstream cinema. Plus filmmaker Q&A's, exclusive documentaries.....and much MUCH more!!

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The Norwich Playhouse Bar

The bar at Norwich Playhouse

Describing itself as hosting ‘gigs, DJ's, art, film showings, vintage clothing sales’, the Norwich Playhouse Bar is much more than just a decent, lively watering hole (though it is very much that as well).

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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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