Norwich Castle Study Centre can provide individual study visits or group talks and handling sessions to meet a wide range of access needs. It is a quiet and comfortable building, and the opportunities to handle objects or have a tailored one-to-one session are popular with disabled groups and individuals.
The Study Centre is wheelchair accessible with accessible toilets, and there is a hearing loop at the reception desk. Accessible parking can be made available too – discuss your requirements with us when you contact us. Go to our Contact Us page for information on how to arrange a visit.
If you would like access information in any other format such as Braille, large print, audio cassette, or CD, please contact us on:
Telephone: 01603 493625
Mobile (for text messages): 07879 432984
Fax: 01603 493623
E-mail: Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service
We have several dedicated study rooms, with comfortable seating, a hot drinks machine and accessible toilet facilities.
NB: food and drink may not be taken into the Study Rooms.
It was a thrill to handle Castle Acre Service Book, so obviously used - candle grease and thumb prints - by monkish hands so long ago.