The Guildhall, Norwich, is a remarkable 15th century building, and England's largest and most elaborate provincial medieval city hall. Norwich Guildhall was the centre of city government from the early 15th century until its replacement by City Hall in 1938.
The Guildhall is one of the Norwich 12 - the finest collection of individually outstanding heritage buildings from the Norman, medieval, Georgian, Victorian and modern eras. It is England's largest and most elaborate medieval city hall outside London and was central to civic and judicial life for over 600 years. The building features the Sheriff of Norwich's parlour, former courtrooms, cells and a 14th-century undercroft.