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Norwich Cathedral
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Norwich
Norfolk

NR1 4EH | View map
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For more than 900 years the splendour and tranquility of Norwich Cathedral have attracted pilgrims and visitors. Founded in 1096 as part of a Benedictine Priory, the Cathedral boasts several superlatives. It stands as one of the finest complete Romanesque buildings in Europe, with the second largest spire and largest monastic cloisters in England. Our unrivalled collection of over 1,000 beautifully carved roof bosses are one of the great treasures of mediaeval art.

Tours and activities run all year for adults, schoolchildren and families. Free admission but donations are welcome.

Adult groups should contact the Visitors' Officer on +44 (0)1603 218 300.
School groups should contact the Education Officer on +44 (0)1603 218 320.

Burial place of Edith Cavell .

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Months Open: Mid May - mid September: 07.30 - 1900
Mid September - mid May: 07.30 - 18.00
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes - for those attending services
Wedding Facilities: Yes - Licensed for Civil Ceremonies
Gift Shop: Yes

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