From the Normans to the Tudors, a new walking tour will delve into the city's medieval history. 

It will launch on Friday, May 3 2024 and be led by Paul Dickson, in collaboration with the Association of City of Norwich Tourist Guides.

It will celebrate Norwich Castle's Royal Palace Reborn project, with the landmark undergoing a multi-million-pound transformation.

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All the tours will start at 11am, meeting at the 15th-century Erpingham Gate in Tombland, which was the city's original Market Place.

Norwich Evening News: The new tour starts at Erpingham Gate in Tombland Picture: Paul DicksonThe new tour starts at Erpingham Gate in Tombland Picture: Paul Dickson (Image: Paul Dickson)

Mr Dickson said: "Hear stories of the great Norman Cathedral, before heading past the ancient Maids Head Hotel and walking up Elm Hill.

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"Discover why Norwich has more medieval churches than any other city in northern Europe and see the largest surviving friary complex in the country.

"Hear about the local impact of The Peasant's Revolt, before arriving in the Market Place, which has been at the heart of Norwich's shopping scene since the 1070s."

Tickets cost £9pp - see upcoming dates and book at