Churches of Norfolk by the Old Boi Norwich City.

Norwich, Eaton Christ Church.

Norwich Heartease St Francis.

Norwich Heigham Holy Trinity.

Norwich Lakenham Saint John the Baptist.

Norwich over the Water.

Norwich Cathedral. Norwich Cathedral.

Norwich Saint Andrew. Norwich Saint Andrews.

Norwich Blackfriars. Norwich Blackfriars.

Norwich Saint George. Tombland. Norwich Saint George.

Norwich Saint Mary the Less Tombland

Norwich, Saint Mary Coslany. 

Norwich Saint Mary Magdalene.

Norwich Saint Mary in the Marsh.

Norwich Saint Michael at Plea Norwich Saint Michael at Plea

Norwich,Saint Nicholas, Page 36 the Norfolk Almanac of Disasters.

Norwich, Saint James, Pockthorpe.

Norwich Saint Peter Hungate. Norwich Saint Peter Hungate. 

Norwich Saint Peter Mancroft. Norwich Saint Peter Mancroft.

Norwich Saint Augustines' New Catton.

Norwich Saint Giles.

Norwich Saint Lukes New Catton.

Norwich Saint Paul's Tuckswood.

Norwich Saint Simon and Saint Jude.

Norwich Saint Thomas Earlham Road.

Norwich Saint Thomas, Grove Walk.

Norwich Thorpe Hamlet, St Matthews.

Diocese of Norwich only have 9 parish churches within the city walls. And details of their opening times can be found on their website at https://www.dioceseofnorwich.org/ or within the online booklet which can be printed off as a pdf.


21 of the other churches are re-purposed and are in the care of either the Norwich Historic Churches Trust or The Churches Conservation Trust. To gain access you would need to approach both organisations. The administrator for the Norwich Historic Churches Trust can be reached on 01603 611530 or visit https://www.nhct-norwich.org/

For the CCT their website is the best place to start https://www.visitchurches.org.uk/visit/church-listing.html, as they only have three churches in the city

Saint John’s Maddermarket, Saint Augustine’s, St Laurence’s, The last church St Mary the Less is privately opened and access is extremely difficult.