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Themed Trail:The Norwich Cathedral Treasure Trail

Walking Route, £9.99

Children enjoying a Treasure Trail

Children enjoying a Treasure Trail

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Details

Discover Norwich in a completely new way with this self-guided Murder Mystery themed Treasure Trail.

Complete it in your own time at your own pace, any day of the year. The Trail booklet contains all you need for an awesome adventure suitable for ages 6-106.

Follow the set of clear directions which will show you the hidden gems, whilst solving the answers to the sneaky 20 clues. Answers will be found on permanent features such as buildings, sculptures and signs. These aren't just any clues though, we'll have young and old scratching their heads and smiling from ear to ear! Once you have solved all the clues, you'll have solved the mystery!

Treasure Trails has entertained over 1 million people across the UK with their Award Winning Trails. Check out their website for more details.

Picnic sitePublic toilets

Children welcomeDogs accepted

The Trail is self-guided and explores publicly accessible land, so bring your lunch, your shoes and a sense of adventure!

Opening details

The Trail is self-guided and goes on publicly accessible land, so there are no restrictions other than daylight!

Prices

Trail packs cost just £9.99 each - each trail pack is suitable for a family sized group

Address

Norwich,
Princes Street,
NR3 1AU

Directions

See location of The Norwich Cathedral Treasure Trail on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: TG 232087  Lat: 52.63091 Long: 1.29732

By car: The Trail starts at Princes Street (NR3 1AU). We recommend parking at the car park on St Andrews Street, which is just a short walk away.

Facilities

  • Picnic sitePicnic site
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted

The Trail is self-guided and explores publicly accessible land, so bring your lunch, your shoes and a sense of adventure!