Your Visit

Discover the festival

Love Light Norwich is a free city centre festival designed for everyone to enjoy! You'll see the City of Stories like never before with amazing installations around every corner, fantastic projections to admire, and spectacular performance. Artwork can be found across the city - take a look at our Love Light Trail Map to see all the work on show. 

You can see all the fantastic artwork by foot - and take as long as you need to do so (as long as you're done by 10pm!). The furthest two exhibitions are less than a mile apart, and there's plenty to see en route. Love Light Norwich is mostly outdoors, so remember to wrap up warm! If you get too chilly, why not stop for a bite to eat as part of the City Food Trail, or grab a hot drink (with your reusable cup!). 

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Norwich, the City of Stories, is one of the most beautiful, modern and historic cities in Britain. Unearth its hidden gems, iconic buildings, cosy pubs, attractions and must-visit locations as you enjoy Love Light Norwich.

With a vibrant, creative and cultural heart, Norwich is a compact city meaning that the festival venues are easy to reach by foot.

If you’re visiting Love Light for the weekend, you’ll find beautiful and luxury hotels, comfy and friendly BnB’s, great self-catering apartments and unique and cosy cottages - find out more on




  • We’ve made the festival as walkable as possible, so please try and arrive this way if you can.



  • Norwich is only 110 miles north of London, 66 from Cambridge, 121 from Nottingham, 159 from Birmingham and 170 from Oxford. And it’s easily accessible by road from major ports and airports. The main routes into Norwich are the A47, A11, A140 and A146. Parking is well priced with cheaper rates for groups at the Park and Ride (4 sites) and parking in the city centre from £6 for over 6 hours.
  • Electric vehicles (EVs) can help us achieve our goals for cleaner transport and air in Norwich. Norwich City Council provides public EV points in two locations (Rose Lane multi-storey car park & UEA Enterprise Centre car park). Alternatively, take a look at the Zap Map for a full list of EV charge points and technical specifications in the Norwich area.
  • Norwich has plenty of car parks close to the city centre – see map for locations. And there are four Park and Ride services, including Norwich Airport.


  • There are direct routes to Norwich from London, Colchester, Cambridge, Nottingham and Liverpool. The train station is a 12-minute walk from the city centre.



  • National Express coaches operate services all over the UK and to and from the continent (Eurolines) from Norwich.
  • Norwich Bus Station is located in the city centre. Norwich Park and Ride buses will be running during the festival. You can check the times here.

Make a weekend of it!

For more information on accommodation, places to eat and what else to see and do in Norwich, go to