Norwich Castle

Norwich Castle was built as a palace by the Normans 900 years ago. It is quite incredible that it is still standing considering the amount of damage Norwich suffered during World War 2.

It is located near the Castle Mall and stands on the hill looking down on the city. You get great views from on top of this hill.

It became a gallery after serving as a prison for 650 years. It boosts the world's largest collection of teapots amongst the other varied collections it has. 

It also has the works of 19th century artists who were local to Norwich including John Crome and John Sell Cotman.
They also have regular exhibition from the Tate Gallery.

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