Cow Tower is an artillery tower that was built in the city of Norwich, Norfolk, England, between 1398 and 1399. Norwich was a prosperous city in the late 14th century, with a population of around 5,000 involved in key medieval industries and forming a centre for international trade.
Elm Hill, Norwich is a historic cobbled lane in Norwich, Norfolk with many buildings dating back to the Tudor period. It is a famous Norwich landmark and features the Briton's Arms coffee house, The Stranger's Club, The Tea House (in Wrights Court) and the Dormouse Bookshop.
Welcome to Mandells Gallery Traditional & Contemporary Fine Art. Mandell’s Gallery is located in the beautiful historic Elm Hill, near Norwich Cathedral. The Gallery was opened in in the 1960s, originally specialising in the Norwich School of Painters such as Crome and Cotman.
Mousehold Heath is a freely accessible area of heathland and woodland which lies to the north-east of the medieval city boundary of Norwich, in eastern England. The name also refers to the much larger area of open heath that once extended from Norwich almost to the Broads, and which was kept free of trees by grazing animals and human activity.
Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell. Bridewell Alley, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1AQ +44 (0) 1603 629127 email@example.com www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk. Location map. An enchanting and inspiring journey through Norwich’s past. This museum is a real treat.
Gain information on the museum and research center dedicated to preserving and presenting the story of the life of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. Nauticus & Battleship View information on the programs, activities, exhibits, and involvement opportunities with Nauticus.
The Norwich 12 Norwich 12 are the most iconic buildings in Norwich, forming an internationally important showcase of English urban and cultural development over the last 1,000 years and one of the UK's finest collection of individually outstanding heritage buildings from the Norman, medieval, Georgian, Victorian and modern eras.
Norwich Castle is a medieval royal fortification in the city of Norwich, in the English county of Norfolk. It was founded in the aftermath of the Norman conquest of England when William the Conqueror (1066–1087) ordered its construction because he wished to have a fortified place in the important city of Norwich.
Norwich Castle Study Centre is home for a wealth of the county’s collections of costume and textiles, fine, decorative and contemporary art, archaeology, natural history and the Royal Norfolk Regiment. Researchers from around the world use this study centre to investigate the internationally important collections that are housed here.
The Christian Community of St Giles-on-the-Hill. welcomes you to worship with them on. Sunday 3rd June 2018. First Sunday after Trinity. We come together in gratitude today; grateful that our loving heavenly Father did not wait for us to be perfect before reaching out to us.
Julian of Norwich Julian (1342-1413) was a 14th century mystic, an anchoress, or female hermit, who lived in a small cell attached to St Julian's church, next to one of the busiest roads in medieval Norwich. Strangely, we do not know her real name; she is only known by her association with the church of St Julian.
St Peter Mancroft is a lively city centre parish church with regular Sunday and weekday services. We are a Christian community that tries to welcome everyone, whoever they are. We have a vibrant choral music tradition with Choral Scholars, Choristers, a Girls' Choir and a large parish choir called St Peter's Singers.
Medieval fairs could be quite raucous events; just look what happened in Norwich in 1272. Just outside the cathedral close was an area known as Tombland, from the Old English for 'empty space'. Tombland was the main market area of Norwich before the Normans etablished a new market near their imposing castle.
The Old Skating Rink Gallery The SADACC Trust Collection is housed in a converted Victorian roller skating rink on Bethel Street in Norwich.This fantastic building has a long and fascinating history. Designed by Horace Lacey and built in 1876, the building was Norwich’s first roller skating rink.