Old Brick Kilns
The castle features astounding history as first records go all the way back to 1075, where Ralph de Gael, Earl of Norfolk, rebelled against William and held Norwich with his men. To which conflict ended by a secured promise that the men would not be harmed.
In 1894, the Norwich museum made a transition and moved into the Norwich Castle grounds. It is now known as "Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery" and is host to some of the most significant historic objects within the region.
When visiting the museum and gallery, you can expect a wide range of things to discover, ranging from highly realistic tours, giving you insight into what once was an extremely formidable medieval masterpiece to an inside look into the castle's dungeons.
Also during your visit you can recharge yourselves from the cafe that is hosted within the castle.