Visiting Us

Admission to Hungate is FREE! Hungate is open to the public every Saturday, 10am–4pm, and Sunday 2–4pm,  from March to November. Group visits are available at other times. To arrange a visit, please contact us at HungateGlass@aol.com.

Brass rubbing available every weekend. £4 per session: all welcome.Brass-rubbing

Our address:
Hungate Medieval Art
St Peter Hungate Church
Princes Street
Norwich NR3 1AE

Finding us

Hungate is situated in St Peter Hungate Church. We are close to the centre of Norwich on Princes Street at the top of Elm Hill, in the Cathedral Quarter.

Norwich city centre has fifteen car parks, the nearest being those at Monastery Court and St Andrews.

We are 10 minutes’ walk from Norwich Railway Station. Leaving the station:

  • either cross the river and then the road, walk up Prince of Wales Road, turn right into Upper King Street and then take the third left into Princes Street
  • or, after crossing the river, take the second right into St.Faith’s Lane, walk straight ahead through the pedestrian archway, turn left and walk up through the Cathedral Close, and through the medieval Ethelbert Gate and diagonally across Tombland to Princes Street. The Centre is at the top of the road on the right.

The city centre is easily accessible by bus.

Access

We have full wheelchair access at Hungate, via a new level path between the East gate on Princes St and the North door of the Church. For our full access statement, please see our Facebook access statement.

Registered assistance dogs are welcome.

Keep up with us online!

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Geocaching

Geocaching logoGeocaching is a modern-day treasure hunt which has created a worldwide community. Geocachers hide treasures in interesting public places and then list the coordinates and clues on the Geocaching website. You can then find the hidden caches using a GPS receiver or with the help of the GPS capability of your smartphone.

Keep an eye out for hidden treasure on our stained glass trails. It has been placed as part of Hungate Medieval Art’s exciting new Geocaching project.