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
CENTRE FOR PARISH CHURCH STUDIES
Events on all aspects of parish churches – historical, social, archaeological, architectural, and liturgical – on both a local and national basis.
The Trust is proud to provide accommodation for some of Norwich’s most vital and innovative cultural activities.
Among others these include: the Norwich Art Centre, the Norwich Puppet Theatre, the Wharf Academy, the Stonemasons Guild and the Oak Circus Centre.
NORWICH ARTS CENTRE
Internationally recognised and at the heart of Norwich’s cultural community, a contemporary arts venue that delivers a daily programme of live music, theatre, dance, live art, visual art, literature and comedy.
A centre for medieval art, Hungate presents at least two free public exhibitions a year, on Medieval art and contemporary responses to it, each accompanied by a full program of learning and family activities.