Shopping in Norwich, Norwich

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Enjoy a day out in Norwich shopping. Widely hailed as one of the best shopping destinations in the country, Norwich is a great place to buy beautiful and stylish goods, offering a range of different shopping environments.  


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Even if funds are tight, the hustle and bustle of city life makes Norwich a fun place to spend the day.

Watch the world go by from a comfy seat in one of the many city coffee shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants. There’s something for everyone, to suit every budget. Norwich is a great place to go shopping!

Norwich has consistently been voted as one of the top ten shopping destinations in the UK”

The city has an enormous collection of different shops from small boutiques selling the latest fashions, vintage clothes and shoes, to independent stores that offer shoppers modern, designer household goods and high quality furniture.

Many of these smaller shops are centrally located and close to one another, so you won’t have far to go between each establishment. Head to the Norwich Lanes and St Benedict’s if you want to purchase something unusual and unique.

Gentlemans Walk, Norwich

The pedestrianised area known as ‘Gentleman’s Walk’ is home to many popular high-street stores as well as the Norwich Market which dates back to the 11th Century. The market was improved and modernised in 2006; it’s a hub of activity and has 200 stalls stacked high with lots of different bargains!

Close to the Norwich Market and ‘Gentlemen’s Walk’ is the Royal Arcade. This is an extraordinary shopping arcade with lots of charming shops. It was built in the arts and crafts style by George Skipper in 1899, who was also responsible for designing the Surrey Street headquarters of Norwich Union and the iconic Hotel de Paris in Cromer.

The Royal Arcade, Norwich

If you want everything all under one roof, there are five Department Stores in Norwich. These are ‘Jarrolds’, House of Fraser, Debenhams, John Lewis Norwich (formerly ‘Bonds’) and Marks & Spencer. Plus two shopping malls: The Castle Mall and the intu Chapelfield shopping mall.

Norwich is an exciting place to shop and the city offers something for everyone.

Read more about shopping in Norwich on our Norwich Today page in our Discover Norfolk section.

Locations shown are approximate