City Hall Norwich
St. Peter's Street
+44 344 980 3333 (Tourist Information)
Norwich City Hall stands in the center of Norwich behind the the city market and the old The Guildhall. The prominent building was put up in the 1930s and was nicknamed “Marmalade Hall” by the locals because of its unusual orange color. The building, which has a Scandanavian design, was opened by King George VI. Today it is home to Norwich City Council with certain areas and departments accessible to the public for specific reasons.