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With around 180,000 people calling this place home, you're certain to meet plenty of new friends!
Norwich is situated 100 miles northeast of the nation's capital, London, and 13 miles northwest of Bungay.
Ebookers customers probably know this by now, but the University of East Anglia is not to be missed. As far as iconic attractions go, it's one of the best.
A few hours at BeWILDerwood or Melsop Farm Park is a great opportunity for some quality time with the family. Are the kids still not worn out? Don't think you are done yet! Keep up the fun with a trip to Hillside Animal Sanctuary and Congo Rapids Adventure Golf.
Come face-to-face with the magnificent world of animals and find out what goes into looking after some of its wildlife at the Banham Zoo. It's an eye-opening day out for both young and old!
How about a day sampling the local wine? Indulge your palate, as well as learn about the winemaking process in this region, at the English Whisky Co.
For a soothing afternoon out, head over to the Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden or the East Ruston Old Vicarage. The roaming pathways and beautifully presented gardens are a joy to the senses.
The Strangers Hall Garden and Salhouse Broad are some of the best places to catch some sun, enjoy a picnic or just sit and people-watch. Marston Marshes and Earlham Park are also popular meeting places for locals and visitors alike.
If you're looking to recharge those batteries, you'll uncover a range of nature reserves and parks to explore. Begin with a breath of fresh, clean air in the invigorating surroundings at Norwich Riverside Walk or Lion Wood. For a little more quiet time, continue on to Woodrow Pilling Park and Whitlingham Country Park.
The Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts and Colman’s Mustard Shop & Museum both feature a range of enthralling objects and exhibits. Ask the friendly staff about one-off events or walk the serene halls on your own. If you have extra time, also check out the Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell and the Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum.
Uncover the seafaring history of the area while taking in the salt-encrusted artefacts that are on display at the Museum of the Broads.
Showcasing a collection of the most recent science innovations, Hoveton Hall Gardens offers everything you need to keep your brain ticking.
With an excellent medley of two and three-dimensional artworks, an afternoon spent admiring the collections at the Mandell’s Gallery and the Hungate Medieval Art will leave you feeling invigorated and inspired.
Discover the interesting past of Norwich and the wider region at the Strangers' Hall and the John Jarrold Printing Museum.
Travel back in time when you visit Norwich City Hall and Cow Tower. They're brilliant places to get a real sense of Norwich's history. The Dragon Hall and Blickling Hall are also worth your while.
With its impenetrable walls and striking turrets, Norwich Castle is a charming structure. Gaze upon its exterior or simply pause for a moment and imagine it in times of yesteryear.
Learn about the region's cultural beliefs at Norwich Cathedral and St Peter Mancroft. A lot of spiritually curious travellers also flock to Saint John the Baptist and St Julian's Church.
You might feel like you've experienced it all after seeing Norwich's popular tourist attractions, but don't head home just yet. There are still plenty of things to check out. Why not make your way to the Forum and the Norwich Arts Centre? High Ash Farm and the Second Air Division Memorial Library also promise a great day out.