Museum with its glass-fronted lift in the foreground
Take a pop-up picture tour of the museum
Egypt to Norman life, natural history to modern art, Norwich Castle
Museum houses a huge range of displays - including the largest collection
of ceramic teapots in the world.
the imposing keep visitors can discover what life was like in Norman
times with the help of video and computer animation from local company
gallery celebrates East Anglia's Queen Boudica, with displays of
treasure from her tribe, the Icenis.
take the reins of a wicker chariot and relive the Iceni's historic
attacks on Colchester and London.
Six-year-old Sophie from Norwich said she loved the chariot 'ride'.
really good - I nearly fell over at the end. People riding them
in the old days must have fallen over - it was so wobbly!"
a Royal Palace by the Normans, the Castle was later used as
a prison before being converted to a museum in 1894.
It is open all year round, except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and
New Year's Day.
a Castle e-card
a pop-up picture tour of the museum