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image for Exhibition item typeDrawing in the Archive: Norwich's Medieval Churche at Norfolk Record Office

Exhibition, Mon 21 Aug - Fri 17 Nov 2017, free entry

Drawing in the Archive Exhibition

Drawing in the Archive Exhibition

Details

Based on new research, this exhibition explores the rich visual record of Norwich’s medieval parish churches. Since 1700, artists, antiquarians and archaeologists have drawn the City’s churches in diverse ways. The remarkable archive that they have left reveals information about the churches that would otherwise be lose and encourages us to look again, and look differently, at these familiar landmarks.

Facilities for educational visits

Children welcomeDisabled accessFacilities for hearing impaired

A common room is provided with a snacks and hot drinks machine for people to have a break. In addition members of the public can use the restaurant and shop at County Hall. There is disabled access in all areas. Lockers are avalible. Education visits max 30 people.

Event details

Dates Times
Mon 21 Aug - Fri 17 Nov 2017
During Norfolk Record Office opening times Mon, Weds & Fri 9-5, Tues 9.30-5, Thurs 9-7

Prices

Free entry

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date event
Mon 21 Aug - Fri 17 Nov Drawing in the Archive: Norwich's Medieval Churche

Contact

Norfolk Record Office

01603 222599

Address

The Archive Centre,
Martineau Lane,
Norwich,
Norfolk,
NR1 2DQ

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TG 239069  Lat: 52.61367 Long: 1.30582

By Road:
The Archive Centre is on the County Hall site, close to the A47 Norwich Southern Bypass. The entrance to The Archive Centre is to the right of the entrance steps leading up to the main County Hall entrance.

By Public Transport:
The Archive is one mile from the railway station and from the city centre bus station. The entrance to The Archive Centre is to the right of the entrance steps leading up to the main County Hall entrance.

Facilities

  • Facilities for educational visitsFacilities for educational visits
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Facilities for hearing impairedFacilities for hearing impaired

A common room is provided with a snacks and hot drinks machine for people to have a break. In addition members of the public can use the restaurant and shop at County Hall. There is disabled access in all areas. Lockers are avalible. Education visits max 30 people.