If you've never been to Norwich you'll find there's much more than just great crime writing. We'll be adding to this guide and you can find out more at the Visit Norwich website.
Norwich is a free-thinking, independent city, packed full of unique pubs, cafes and shops - including an eclectic range of bookshops stocking everything from second hand books to expertly curated new titles for adults and children.
The Norwich Lanes is where you will find individual, independent and quirky retailers and businesses offering an exciting lifestyle, fashion and art against a backdrop of narrow alleys and beautiful historic buildings. Discover exquisite galleries, vintage shops, quaint coffee houses, trendy cafés & bars, contemporary restaurants, eclectic entertainment venues and atmospheric real ale pubs.
One of the largest and oldest open-air markets in the country and situated in the heart of the city.
Browse a fantastic range of stalls: clothes, children's toys, jewellery, fresh fruit and vegetables, local butchers and fishmongers, freshly baked bread and cakes and food from around the world. You'll discover something new - and probably tasty - on each day of your visit.
"Mo said crime writing was a way of ‘getting rid of ghosts’, her style the opposite of cosy crime". UEA student Nina Bhadreshwar has written a stellar profile of the late, great crime writer Mo Hayder.Read more ⟶
How did the Norwich pub The Murderer's get it's name? Why did Reggie Kray spend his final days in our fine city? UEA grad Finley Little has written a fantastic exploration of 'Crimes from the City of Stories'Read more ⟶
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