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Where do you park when visiting Norwich?

Where do you park when visiting Norwich?

Car Parks. Several multi-storey and surface car parks are located within the city centre, including parking at Riverside, Castle Quarter, Chantry Place, The Forum and John Lewis. At St Andrew’s Car Park, located near Tombland, the cost for 6+ hours is just £6.

Is parking free on Sunday in Norwich?

Free city parking on evenings and Sundays may be abolished, Norwich City Council has revealed. However, the cost of parking on the roadside is likely to be frozen for the next year.

Does Norwich Cathedral have a car park?

There is no public parking at Norwich Cathedral, unless attending a service, so if you are coming by car you will need to park elsewhere in the city. Nearby car parks include St Helen’s Wharf Pay and Display (NR3 1RZ) and the multi-storey Rose Lane Car Park (NR1 1PY).

Is it easy to park in Norwich?

Information about parking in Norwich Driving to Norwich is quite simple, with many major roads all leading into the city. Parking on-street in Norwich is quite restricted, with only a limited number of spaces provided.

Does Norwich have park and ride?

Norwich Park and Ride is a park & ride bus service in the English city of Norwich, East Anglia.

How long can I park at Riverside Norwich?

The time limit for free parking is 180 minutes.

Can you go inside Norwich Cathedral?

Norwich’s magnificent Romanesque Cathedral is open to visitors of all faiths and none. One of the finest complete Romanesque cathedrals in Europe, with the second tallest spire and largest monastic cloisters in England, the cathedral houses more than a thousand beautiful medieval roof boss sculptures.

Who runs Norwich park and ride?

Norwich park and ride

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