Hop on and off Norwich's sights and attractions and see its 12th century cathedral and castle, the historic Norwich Anglican cathedral, Elm Hill's famous, cobbled medieval street and search for bargains at the Norwich Market at Theatre Street.
In medieval times, Norwich was one of the greatest cities in England. The city is dominated by its 12th century cathedral and castle, built by the Normans with stones imported from France. The castle is the county's principal museum and is home to some of the most outstanding collections of fine art, archaeology and natural history.
In the magnificent Norman keep, models, sound and video bring history to life. The historic Norwich Anglican cathedral is well worth a visit. The church, which stands proudly on the city's skyline, has always been greatly loved by the people of Norfolk and was recently voted Norfolk's favorite building. Visit the shop, library, catch an organ recital or attend one of the church's regular events. You will be enchanted by Elm Hill's famous, cobbled medieval street which is home to a number of specialty shops and cafes.
Norwich is now one of the top five shopping destinations in the United Kingdom. Hop off at Theatre Street for the Norwich Market and the Forum by Jarrold (Norwich's flagship, independent department store), for the very best art and gifts of the Eastern region. Castle Meadow offers the Mall and Colman's Shop and Museum.
Stop 1 - Theatre Street
Stop 2 - Castle Meadow West Side
Stop 3 - Tombland
Stop 4 - Britannia Road
Stop 5 - Station Yard
Stop 6 - King Street
Stop 7 - Castle Meadow East Side
Stop 8 - Bus Station
Stop 9 - Cleveland Road
: 45 minutes
: 60 minutes
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- 24-hour hop on hop off ticket
- Meals and drinks
- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Optional activity costs
- Children below 5 years old are free of charge.
- Schedules are subject to change.
- You may choose to hop on the bus at any stop along the route and exchange your voucher there.
All ticket validities are for consecutive hours/days from first use.
- A 1-day ticket is valid only for the day of redemption.
- A 24-hour ticket is valid from the time redeemed until the same time the following day.
The same principle applies for a 2-day/ 48-hour (or more) ticket.