Luckily 106 truly is comfortable and immaculate, so, if on a wet day you want to chill out and stay in we are sure you will feel you can.
BUT, if like us you get itchy feet, and don’t want to miss out on Norwich, grab the umbrella from the hallway, or book a taxi from Courtesy Taxi’s and head out.
Below are just a few things that come to mind when rain dodging in the city! All of them are equally perfect on a dry day.
Norwich Cathedral – The most complete Norman Cathedral in England (and Refectory Café).
Norwich Castle – Over 900 years old & designed as a royal palace. Tip – go in an hour before closing for £2 or school days between noon and 1pm.
Theatre Royal Norwich – 1300 seat art deco theatre, officially named on 8 March 1768. Hugely popular, with shows year round.
Sainsbury’s Visual Arts Centre – Art & Exhibitions throughout the year.
Stranger’s Hall Museum – dating back to 1320, brings the days of the Tudors and Stuarts to life.
Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell – relays the history of Norwich’s industries and people, with the largest vaulted undercroft in the city (pre arranged tors at certain times only).
Cathedral of St John the Baptist – Norwich’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, Garden and Café open to all.