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    Having a day out in Norwich next week due to the UEA open day - what do you recommend to visit to get a good feel of the city?
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    Hi!
    On the UEA campus itself you can find the Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts, loads of fab art there if that's what you're into, and a lovely place to take a walk as well.
    Around the city centre, the castle and cathedral are worth a visit to learn some local history (castle also has an impressive taxidermy collection) as well as an open air market and some very cute little back lanes to wander around. If you're planning on getting something to eat, the Grosvenor fish bar has the best cod goujon and chips, and there's also a great Waffle house.
    Hope you have a good open day
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    Having a day out in Norwich next week due to the UEA open day - what do you recommend to visit to get a good feel of the city?
    Hello Captivated,

    Take a look at our Norwich A-Z guide to get a feel for what's on offer. It's a really good way to find out a bit more about what's on our doorstep: https://www.uea.ac.uk/documents/3154...e-14b3bbd69df2

    If you're coming to the Open Day why not take up the offer of a free tour of Norwich. It lasts about 90 minutes and it's in the Open Day booklet.

    Finally, don't forget to sign up for our WhatsApp service
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    (Original post by goldensnitches)
    Hi!
    On the UEA campus itself you can find the Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts, loads of fab art there if that's what you're into, and a lovely place to take a walk as well.
    Around the city centre, the castle and cathedral are worth a visit to learn some local history (castle also has an impressive taxidermy collection) as well as an open air market and some very cute little back lanes to wander around. If you're planning on getting something to eat, the Grosvenor fish bar has the best cod goujon and chips, and there's also a great Waffle house.
    Hope you have a good open day
    Hey! Thanks so much for your response. I found that there's a lovely street called Elm Hill and I also looked at the lanes. I can't wait to see these places

    Thank you!

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    Hello Captivated,

    Take a look at our Norwich A-Z guide to get a feel for what's on offer. It's a really good way to find out a bit more about what's on our doorstep: https://www.uea.ac.uk/documents/3154...e-14b3bbd69df2

    If you're coming to the Open Day why not take up the offer of a free tour of Norwich. It lasts about 90 minutes and it's in the Open Day booklet.

    Finally, don't forget to sign up for our WhatsApp service
    Thanks UEA I'll take a look. I've signed up the WhatsApp service too.

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    this is a nice place to stay... it is halfway between Norwich and London

 
 
 
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