Many city centre buses stop in Tombland and the Cathedral is only a short walk from either Castle Meadow or from the train station across the river. Our practical plan of The Close gives details of access, coach drop-off points and other useful information
Travelling by car
If you are travelling to Norwich by car, please note that parking in the Cathedral Close is restricted (for full details please refer to our parking policy).
Limited parking is available only for vehicles bearing an official Blue Badge. Disabled parking permits will be issued by the gatekeepers for two hours on a first-come, first-served basis. A space is also provided at the South Door for a minibus carrying disabled passengers.
There is no parking in the Close for general visitors, however, the Cathedral is within walking distance of many city centre car parks. Norwich is also well served by a number of Park & Ride services on the outskirts of the city
Travelling by train
From the train station, cross the bridge over the river and walk along the river footpath (beside The Compleat Angler public house) for five minutes until you arrive at Pull's Ferry which is the beginning of the Cathedral Close. There turn left and you will see the Cathedral spire ahead of you.
Travelling by bus
A number of bus routes stop outside the Cathedral Close in Tombland. Otherwise, we are a short walk from Castle Meadow where all city centre buses stop.