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Travelling to Norwich

How to get to Norwich University of the Arts

Getting to Norwich by Train

  • Norwich has a well-connected train station with regular services from major cities in the UK.
  • From London, take a train from Liverpool Street Station to Norwich. The journey takes approximately 1 hours 45 mins.
  • Upon arrival at Norwich train station, you can either take a taxi or it is a short walk of about 15 minutes through the city centre to the campus

Travelling to Norwich by Coach

  • National coach services operate to Norwich from various cities across the UK. Check for services with providers like National Express or Megabus. 
  • The coach station in Norwich is directly outside All Saints Green and Crown Place halls of residence.
  • It is a short 10-minute walk to campus through the city centre

Flying to Norwich

  • The nearest airport is Norwich International Airport.
  • London Stansted airport has a direct train service to and from Norwich and is only 90 minutes away by car

Public Transport in Norwich

  • Norwich has an extensive bus network operated by various companies, including First Bus and Konectbus. Use their websites for route maps and service updates
  • We are also offering subsidised bus tickets with First Bus this year. Contact to find out more

Driving to Norwich

  • If you plan to drive, Norwich is well-connected via major roads, including the A11, A47, and A140. 
  • The University campus is close to the St Andrew’s Street multi-storey car park, which is open 24 hours a day. The entrance to the carpark is on Duke Street.
  • It’s worth noting that parking in the city centre can be limited, so consider using the park & ride service or public transport if you can.

Remember to plan your journey in advance, and consider travel time, ticket availability, and potential delays. It’s always a good idea to check for any updates or disruptions to your chosen mode of transport before you set off.

Visit Norwich

Looking for more advice on travelling to Norwich, getting about once you’re here, or ideas for what to do when you get here? Visit Norwich is a great resource for planning a trip to Norwich.

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Norwich University of the Arts
Francis House
3-7 Redwell Street