If you're spending a day in Norwich, why not take a visit to the Cathedral? One of the most complete Romanesque buildings in Europe and the most complete Norman cathedral in England!
As well as the awe inspiring cathedral, with its renowned collection of over 1,000 medieval roof carvings, you can view the largest monastic cloister in England, enjoy the tranquillity of the Cathedral Close, stop for a light lunch in the Refectory and visit the library with over 30,000 books.
'The Cathedral was founded in 1096 by the first Bishop of Norwich, Herbert de Losinga, and boasts a wealth of Romanesque features, with later Gothic additions, creating one of the most atmospheric sacred spaces in Europe.Norwich Cathedral houses a renowned collection of over 1,000 medieval roof boss sculptures depicting various characters and themes and has the highest Norman tower, as well as the largest monastic cloister, in England.'
The renowned Norwich Cathedral Choir continues to provide choral worship on an almost daily basis.
Open 7.30am - 6.00pm. Free admission, donations welcome.
Please see the website for more visitor information.
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