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Norwich Cathedral is an English cathedral located in Norwich, Norfolk, dedicated to the Holy and Undivided Trinity. It is the cathedral church for the Church of England Diocese of Norwich and is one of the Norwich 12 heritage sites.
It's lovely to go through the Cathedral close when the peregrine falcons can be observed on the tower with their fledglings learning to fly. The Close is always a peaceful haven, whatever the season and the gardens are full of natural beauty.
Norwich Cathedral is beautiful and peaceful. It's lovely to see gorgeous architecture especially the works on the ceiling inside the cathedral. Very peaceful to walk the labyrinth or just sit and contemplate in the garden. Highly recommend a visit.
Warm welcome by volunteers. Free entry which helped me feel more welcome. Modern stained glass complemented ancient stonework. Suggestions for prayer at different points helpful. Stations of the Cross for Edith Carell very powerful.
Brilliant historical visit amazing place the organ sounds incredible. The stained glass both modern and ancient is beautiful. And don't forget to look up. The decoration in the error is amazing and around the cloister green men and unusual figures look down on you
Excrllent city to visit. So much to see especially if you love history. Plenty of shops and eating places. The riverside give an extra dimension.
What a wonderful building. Lovely architectural details well preserved throughout. Good level access. Warm welcome... gift shop .. cafe and toilets - do need special code tho
Beautiful and timeless. Freaky thing being the random message that popped up on my phone "welcome back!" Many years since I was in Norwich Cathedral 😮
A lovely cathedral, no charge to enter. A nice mix of ancient and modern. There are a number of side chapels for quiet prayer. There is a cafe there that is really good.
One of the most impressive cathedrals in Britain and Europe. I am amazed by the scale and craftsmanship of the architecture. Every bit of columns looks simple concrete/stone while having a specific to it character. Wood and stained glass windows are all art. Great place to visit both inside and from the outside, and the garden.
A lovely cathedral with a very interesting history. The music and choir here is exceptional. There is very often an interesting exhibition of some kind to view. The cafe/restaurant is very good.
Nice location lovely building lots of history nice cafe. The staff are friendly and helpful. Do not miss the grave of Edith Cabell a true inspiration
Amazing building. Make sure you visit the cloisters and look up at the incredible carvings on the vaulted roof. You should also look out for the carvings on the seats of the choir stalls and the stained glass in the north transept. A beautiful, light and bright cathedral with plenty to feast your eyes on. Staff are very friendly. There is no entrance fee, but please try and make a voluntary contribution on your way out: it is a very special place.
Beautiful and fascinating whatever your creed. Fabulous place to walk around, either inside, the cloisters or around the outer grounds. You can park close by in the Adam and Eve car park or walk there along the river or through Tombland. There's so much interesting history behind the building of the cathedral. The staff are very helpful and friendly and welcoming to all ages.
Wonderful architecture and ambience. I spent a good hour here wandering through the various aisles and side charisma chapels. The various wall mounted plaques were helpful and informative. Wished I'd taken my camera for more photos. I look forward to returning some time in future. Would definitely recommend you visit.