Welcome to North Walsham
North Walsham is a mainly residential town Near the north-east coast of Norfolk. The area was first settled by Flemish weavers in the 13th century, and kick-started the wool and weaving industry that was a staple of the community for centuries. Today, a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as its convenient distance to the Broads and the Norfolk coast, make North Walsham a popular destination for those visiting the area.
New to Norwich?
Offering a unique blend of the ancient and the modern, Norwich is one of England’s great, but often-overlooked cities. The river Wensum meanders through its centre, which is bursting with cosy pubs, delectable, modern restaurants like the unique Table Table, and a vibrant nightlife. Though it’s the most well-preserved medieval city in the UK, Norwich also boasts a flourishing, progressive arts culture, which is constantly being stoked and expanded by its two universities.
Immerse yourself in The Sainsbury Centre
The Sainsbury Centre is one of the UK’s most prestigious university art venues, and the principal establishment in East Anglia for the presentation and study of art. It’s the home of some incredible collections, such as that of Robert and Lisa Sainsbury and the Anderson Collection. It has a strong focus on Abstract and Constructivist styles, offering a unique surprise with every visit.
Planning a trip to North Walsham? Travelodge Norwich Central Riverside Hotel is a 40-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Norwich Central Hotel.