Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery 2017-18

One of Norwich’s most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago.

  • The Keep
    Norwich Castle Keep
  • Art Galleries
    Art Galleries
  • Regimental Collections
    Regimental Collections
  • Natural History
    Natural History

Explore the Castle's history as a palace and later as a prison, and enjoy our fabulous collections of fine art, archaeology, and natural history as well as the Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum collections. 

Opening times

All Year

Monday-Saturday: 10am–4.30pm 
Sunday: 1–4.30pm

Peak Season (June 29 – September 27, 2015) 

Opening hours extended to 5pm
Mon-Sat: from 10am–5pm 
Sun: 1–5pm

Ticket information

Select date:

Tickets
21 January 2018
All day
Available
21 January 2018
All day
Available

Additional Information

Access

Visitors with disabilities may bring in one companion for free.

Norwich Castle welcomes disabled visitors. There are two parking spaces for Blue Badge holders next to the Castle’s main entrance with nearly all of the museum accessible to wheelchair users - our staff can help you plan a level access route around the building.

Handling opportunities are often available, and many of the displays incorporate multi-sensory experiences.

Assistance dogs are very welcome and hearing loops are available at the reception desks and for our lectures and talks.

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