All Heritage Open Days events are free for you to experience and enjoy. Due to limited capacity, some events must be pre-booked and tickets are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Bookings for pre-book events will open at 10am Monday 9 August 2021.
Most tickets can be booked online via the individual event listing and your tickets will be emailed to you.
In some cases you will be required to book directly with the venue by phone, email or online. Please check individual event listings for details.
Tickets are not available in person, by telephone, post or email with The Forum office.
All pre-bookable events have very limited capacity to enable them to go ahead with Covid-19 secure practices in place and we want to ensure all our in-person and online events are accessible as possible. If you are no longer able to attend this event, please cancel your order by emailing [email protected] or contact the Organiser if you have booked directly.
All events will run in line with local and national government guidelines at the time of the Festival. We advise face coverings to be worn at inside events and to keep a comfortable distance from others where possible. Check individual event listings for any site-specific guidance.
Occasionally, events may be cancelled at short notice due to circumstances beyond the organisers’ control. In the event of cancellation of pre-book events, every endeavour will be made to contact ticket holders. We regret that we may not be able to offer an alternative for cancelled events. Please check this website for up-to-date event information.
Details about each venue and event can be found on their individual online listing including the location, start times, meeting points and accessibility information.
You can pick up a brochure from The Forum in Norwich and during the festival you'll find our Heritage Open Days volunteers there who can provide information, recommendations and advice.
Photography and filming may take place during Festival events – please notify the event/site organiser if you do not wish to be included.
A network buses and trains offer great links across Norfolk and into Norwich city centre. The following websites may be useful when planning your journey by public transport.
The following links may be useful when planning to cycle around Norwich and Norfolk.
If you are cycling in Norwich there are secure cycle parking facilities at The Forum including Streetpods.
The Forum’s multi-storey underground car park is perfect for visits to the Norwich during Heritage Open Days. The HODs Information Point will be located in The Forum’s Atrium and is close to most city centre venues.
The car park includes twelve spaces for Blue Badge holders, which can be found on Level –2, and eight parent and child spaces on Level –1.
Parking at The Forum helps support our year-round programme of free events – including Norfolk Heritage Open Days.
In addition, the following links may be useful when planning your journey by car to Norwich.
If you are attending an event in Norfolk which does not have public facilities, The Great British Toilet Map is a free resource to help you find publicly-accessible toilets.