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Discover Norwich’s USA Connections – Guided Walking Tour

Castle Hotel Norwich, watercolour by T/St Ludwig Lund Castle Hotel Norwich, watercolour by T/St Ludwig Lund from 2nd Air Division Memorial Library Digital Archive.

Discover Norwich’s USA Connections – Guided Walking Tour
Saturday 1 October 2016, at 11.30am; ticket £7.50, meet outside The Forum, NR2 1TF

Discover Norwich’s USA connections on this special walking tour with City of Norwich tourist guide, Linda Leslie, to coincide with the Eighth in the East exhibition at the Maids Head Hotel. To book a place on the tour contact Maids Head Hotel Events t. 01603 209955, e. [email protected]

The 2nd Air Division 8th USAAF had many bases locally. Much of the tour will visit sites and tell stories of the airmen and their time in Norwich. The city also has over 400 years of American connections and the tour will include some locations such as the beautiful Elm Hill, from where early settlers to Virginia originated.

The tour starts at The Forum and finishes at the Maids Head Hotel, with an opportunity to visit the Eighth in the East exhibition, which is at the hotel from 23 September to 6 October.

To hear the Eighth in the East oral history recordings go to:

For more information about the exhibition see

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