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Norwich Castle Keep closure
Tuesday 24 January (2pm - 4.30pm) and Wednesday 25 January (12.30pm - 4.30pm)
Norwich Castle Keep is closed to the public on Tuesday 24 January (2pm - 4.30pm) and Wednesday 25 January (12.30pm - 4.30pm) for essential surveying work associated with our exciting Norwich Castle: Gateway to Medieval England project.
This survey, using laser scanning and drone photography, will create a uniquely detailed stone-by-stone drawing of all the internal walls of the building.
Please be assured that the rest of the museum will remain open during this time.
What’s On at Norwich Museums, Out Now!
Click here or on the image to download your copy of the new What’s On leaflet.
Find out about our new exhibition Small Stories: At home in a dolls' house - plus school holiday activities; talks, workshops, and tours.
Norfolk Museums 2016 leaflet now available
Discover all ten museums in one booklet - plus events and exhibitions to look out for this year.
Discover the Voices from the Workhouse – Open now!
Come and discover the exciting new galleries at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, open now following a major redevelopment. Hear real stories of those who lived and worked within its walls and explore the impact of this intriguing institution.
Take an immersive journey through the new galleries and find out more about the workhouse regime and what inmates had to eat. Discover how they worked, rested and even how they played – you may be surprised by some of things you will find!
For more information, visit Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse.
Dates for your diary
Jan 25Castle Art
Jan 25Never Had It So Good
Jan 25Punk in the East
Jan 25Pentney Brooches
Jan 25Coffee morning
Jan 25Little Lives
Jan 26Little Lives
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I am absolutely thrilled. I could never in a thousand years imagine that I could be fortunate enough to find a fossil and have it identified.