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Vibrant Norwich makes a great city break location, with the chance to explore as much as you like, at your own pace. Norwich has the second most medieval churches of all UK cities after London, the largest open-air market and much more to discover. Find the best Norwich campsites below and have a brilliant time on your holiday with us.

Norwich camping FAQs

Are dogs allowed on campsites in Norwich?
Most of our campsites in Norwich allow dogs and have facilities to cater to your four-legged friend. Look out for dog friendly facility icons on campsites, such as whether there’s a designated dog walk or doggy shower. View a list of our top dog friendly campsites.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Are there any glamping campsites in Norwich?
Please view our glamping and self-catering accommodation to find out more.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Which are the best family friendly campsites in Norwich?
Our campsites have their facilities listed to make finding a site suitable for you and your family quick and simple. Look out for facility icons such as play area, parent and baby room and washing machines.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Which campsites in Norwich are adult only?
Most of our campsites are family friendly however, a selection of our member exclusive sites are adult only.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023

Things to see and do while camping in Norwich

There’s plenty to do in and around Norwich, from exploring the Broads to finding out all about the history behind the city as it stands today. Here are some of our top attraction recommendations for those camping in Norwich.

1. Norwich Cathedral is one of the most popular visitor attractions in the city, and with good reason. Sitting within 44 acres of land, the magnificent cathedral has plenty of stories to tell, dating back to the 11th century.

2. Visit Banham Zoo for a fun-filled day out with the whole family. From tigers to meerkats, the zoo offers something for everyone.

3. Norwich Castle was built by the Normans and is now home to some of the most fascinating works of art.

4. Fellbrigg Hall, near the beautiful coastal town of Cromer, has over 520 acres of parkland to explore. Enjoy exploring the history behind the country house inside or make use of the picnic areas and space to roam free.

5. All ages will enjoy and feel the nostalgia at Norwich Puppet Theatre. Original family-friendly puppet shows, masterclasses and activities for all ages are on offer.

6. The Plantation Garden is one of Norwich’s best green spaces. A huge gothic fountain, beautiful flower beds, lawns, woodland walkways and much more can be found just 600 yards from the city centre.

7. You’ll find all of the usual high street stores alongside smaller independent shops in Norwich. Gentleman’s Walk, St Stephen’s Street, Chantry Place and Castle Quarter are some of the best places to find high street brands. Norwich Lanes, the Cathedral Quarter, Elm Hill and The Royal Lanes are some of the best places to find vintage and independent shops.

8. With the largest stage in the East of England and home to regular touring partners, Norwich Theatre Royal is worth a visit during your trip.

9. The river running through Norwich is a great way to explore the city. Hire a canoe, paddleboard or even a picnic rowing boat for a few hours. You can even do a pub crawl along the waterside.

10. Wildlife lovers should head to Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, which has over 3.5 miles of woodland paths to explore. Bird hides and a wide variety of fauna and flora make it a wonderful location for birdwatching year-round.

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