St Martin’s Visitor Centre
The Visitor Centre at St Martin-at-Palace Church opens throughout the
year on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10am-4pm.
Visitors are welcome to pop in and enjoy the atmosphere of this historic building, which includes: the Calthorpe Monument, samples of medieval and Victorian wall painting; and the oldest section of standing wall in the city.
Exhibition detailing the chronological history of Norwich’s medieval parish churches | Informal commentaries on the building by our volunteers guides | Free copies of our Parish Church Trails linking different Norwich churches in themed walks | Free booklets and guides | Free tea and coffee | Second-hand book stall | Children’s exhibitions and Trails
Flints! Children’s Activities
Get Ready for Christmas
St Martin at Palace Church, NR3 1RW
Saturday 17th November from 11:00am to 4pm
Learn about Christmas customs, make Christmas cards, decorations and badges
Free, drop in
Flints! is a learning destination for the Children’s University
Children must be accompanied by an adult