There are still some tickets left for the popular pre-bookable events for this year's Heritage Open Days and booking in person for these events starts on Tuesday, 26th August at Norwich Tourist Information Centre at the Assembly House.
There are also around 140 things to do and see that don't require any booking - you can simply turn up at the events which are running on 11 to 14 September.
Copies of the free brochure packed full of information about all the free heritage and cultural events can be downloaded from http://www.heritagecity.org/, or picked up from many city centre venues including the Guildhall on Gaol Hill, the Tourist Information Centre (TIC) at the Assembly House and all Norfolk libraries.
New events which have just been confirmed (and are not in the brochure) include:
Free, drop-in events:
Free, pre-bookable events
Norwich Heritage Open Days (HODs) celebrates all of the city's fantastic heritage by offering free access to events and interesting properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission. It contains a packed programme of open buildings, guided tours, exhibitions, talks, family activities, window displays, music recitals and dance performances, co-ordinated by Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART).
See http://www.heritagecity.org/ for more details about all the events and to download the brochure. The TIC is open Monday to Saturday, 9:30am to 6pm and Sunday 10:30 to 4.30pm.
This year's HODS is supported by ITV Local which hosting a section dedicated to HODs which will give you the chance to explore more of what historic Norwich has to offer. Find out more at www.itvlocal.com/anglia/history, where you can:
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For more information please contact Christina Lundberg, Communications Manager at Norwich HEART on 01603 599570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Norwich HEART
Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART) is a private, charitable trust set up to act as an umbrella organisation for all of the heritage on offer in Norwich and to be a best practice exemplar internationally for heritage as a social and economic regeneration vehicle.
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