LifeinourVan City Reviews | Norwich | England
Things we did in Norwich, England
How to Spend 48hrs With Kids Discovering Norwich – Part 2
If you’re wondering how you’re going to keep the kids entertained over a weekend in Norwich, don’t worry as you don’t have to break the bank. There are plenty of free things to do with your children in and around Norwich from visiting one of the many museums or art...read more
How to Spend 48hrs With Kids Discovering Norwich – Part 1
Norwich is known for its fascinating medieval heritage, famous literary significance and of course its Castle! But delve a little deeper and you'll soon find yourself discovering the cities winding, cobbled lanes. Packed full of great family experiences with lots of...read more
What we liked about it
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Norwich is known for its fascinating medieval heritage, famous literary significance and of course its Castle! But delve a little deeper and you’ll soon find yourself discovering the cities winding, cobbled lanes. Packed full of great family experiences with lots of activities and fun, interactive ways of exploring the city.
Older children like ours will be enthralled by the stories of Norwich’s medieval history on a ‘Visit Norwich Guided Tour‘. But there’s plenty more to inspire, amaze and exhaust your kids here. But will you be able to pack it into 48hrs??
Still not convinced? Here’s another one:
Norwich also has a huge range of family friendly restaurants, cafes! But on this visit, we headed away from the conventional restaurants.. Heading instead for a food lesson across two continents – at the family run Indian ‘Namaste’ & the impressive French ‘Côte Brasserie‘. Both highly recommended for both value and quality.
Where we stayed
On this visit, we stayed at a local premier inn whilst the motorhome was being repaired… but on future trips, we hope to be able to find some great Norwich wild camping / campsite tips to share with fellow motorhomers
Summary Need to escape for a few days? Want to compare weekend breaks to top cities such as Bordeaux, Rome or Copenhagen? Does your family love to explore new cities too? Do you also think that city breaks aren't just for adults and are a great way to learn, relax and bond as a family. If so, grab a seat, make yourself comfortable & discover some of the favourite 'family friendly' cities we've visited in our 700+ day European Roadtrip