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Finding NUA

Norwich University of the Arts is a dynamic and creative community providing arts, design and media education from a unique campus at the heart of the city’s cultural quarter.

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Travelling by Car

  • Via A11
    Turn left into the inner ringroad (A147). At the second junction turn right into St Benedicts Street, then right at the T-junction into Westwick Street. For parking merge into the left hand lane on St Andrews Street then left into Duke Street – the St Andrews Car Park is immediately on the right of the entrance to Duke Street. For open days the NUA Duke Street Building is on the left after the bridge. For the support office (Francis House) exit the St Andrews Car Park and turn left up St Andrews Street. Francis House is situated on the inside of the right hand bend as the road merges into Redwell Street.
  • Via A47, approach from East
    Leave the A47 at the Longwater junction and enter the city via Dereham Road (A1074). At the inner ringroad (A147) cross over the junction into St Benedicts Street, then right at the T-junction into Westwick Street. For parking merge into the left hand lane on St Andrews Street then left into Duke Street – the St Andrews Car Park is immediately on the right of the entrance to Duke Street. For open days the NUA Duke Street Building is on the left after the bridge. For the support office (Francis House) exit the St Andrews Car Park and turn left up St Andrews Street. Francis House is situated on the inside of the right hand bend as the road merges into Redwell Street.
  • Via A47, approach from West
    Leave the A47 at the Brundall roundabout via the A1042 and stay on the Yarmouth Road by turning left into the A1242. When you reach the T-junction at Carrow Road football ground turn right into Koblenz Avenue. Turn left at the crossroads by the railway station into Rose Lane. Stay in the central lane and merge right at the fork. Head straight over the junction with Castle Meadow into Bank Plain. NUA’s support office (Francis House) is on the left as Bank Plain becomes Redwell Street. To park follow Redwell Street into St Andrews Street. Turn right into Duke Street – the St Andrews Car Park is immediately on the right of the entrance to Duke Street. For open days exit the St Andrews Car Park and turn right, then immediately right again into Duke Street – the NUA Duke Street Building is on the left after the bridge.
  • Via A140, approach from the South
    At the junction with the outer ringroad (A146) head straight over the roundabout into the A1056. Merge with the A11, then follow as per the directions above.
  • Via A140, approach from the North
    At the junction with the outer ringroad (A1042) head straight over the roundabout into the A1402. Merge with the A1067, then turn right at the roundabout into the inner ringroad (A147). Take the second exit from the next roundabout up Barn Road, then at the next junction turn left into St Benedicts Street, then right at the T-junction into Westwick Street. For parking merge into the left hand lane on St Andrews Street then left into Duke Street – the St Andrews Car Park is immediately on the right of the entrance to Duke Street. For open days the NUA Duke Street Building is on the left after the bridge. For the support office (Francis House) exit the St Andrews Car Park and turn left up St Andrews Street. Francis House is situated on the inside of the right hand bend as the road merges into Redwell Street.
  • Via A146
    At the junction with the outer ringroad turn left into Barrett Road (still A146). At the second roundabout turn right into the A11, then follow as per the directions above.

Travelling by Train

Norwich is less than 2 hours from London and there is an intercity link with the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland via Peterborough. Greater Anglia Trains from London Liverpool Street run approximately every half hour. NUA is 10 minutes’ walk from the rail station.

Travelling by Coach

National Express coaches run from major cities in the UK to Norwich city centre. NUA is less than 10 minutes’ walk from the bus station.

Travelling by Air

As well as direct services to Aberdeen and Edinburgh, Norwich International Airport has regular flights to the major hubs of Amsterdam and Manchester and through them connections to over 400 cities worldwide.