MUSEUMS & GALLERIES

Get some culture. Norwich has a wealth of musuems and galleries of interest to those interested in social history.

These pages are regularly updated. If we’ve missed your favourite then please contact us!

Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse Gressenhall, Dereham, Norfolk
Farm and Workhouse that finally closed in 1948 and opened as a museum in 1976

Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum Shirehall, Market Avenue, Norwich
History of the Royal Norfolk Regiment. A fascinating way to kill an afternoon.

Norwich Castle, Castle Plain, Norwich Castle Plain, Norwich
Built around 1100 the castle now contains both permanant displays, galleries and special exhibitions.

The Bridewell Bridewell Alley, Norwich
Built around 1100 the castle now contains both permanant displays, galleries and special exhibitions.

Strangers Hall Charing Cross Norwich NR2 4AL
Built in 1320 Strangers Hall houses an interesting collection of Tudor and Stewart furniture, textiles and objects.

Dragon Hall 115-123 King Street. Norwich, NR1 1QE
Dragon Hall is a Grade 1 listed trading hall built in about 1430, with a range of interesting displays charting its history.

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