How to See the Norwich Cathedral Peregrines
The nest platform is on the middle south-east facing window of the cathedral spire, shown right.
Telescopes that have been donated to us by Viking Optical are positioned on the Lower Close Green in Cathedral Close where members of the public have the opportunity to observe the peregrines and talk to volunteer staff.
OUR OBSERVATION WATCH POINT AT NORWICH CATHEDRAL IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2016 SEASON, Thank you for your support.
The observation watch point is free to the public (donations are always welcome though) with telescopes and binoculars available to use. It usually opens from the third week of March through to the end of June, found in the Lower Close Green within the Cathedral grounds (exact dates are confirmed nearer the time each year). It opens 7 days a week between 10.00am – 4.00pm (weather permitting). Please also note that this dependent on volunteer availability to man the watch point. In the case of severe weather such as strong winds or very heavy rain, the watch point may not open or have to be closed at short notice.
We will be looking for volunteers to assist at the observation watch point for our 2017 season early next year, so if you are interested then please Click here to contact us via email to let us know if you would like to help.
Visitors are welcome to view the birds when the post is unattended during normal cathedral opening times, but will need to bring their own binoculars or telescope.
The Cathedral itself is open daily from 7.30am to 6.30pm.
For more information about the Cathedral click here
To locate Lower Close click here
Please Note | If you are planning to visit the Cathedral there is no parking at the Cathedral itself. The nearest public car park is Bishopsgate or try the airport park and ride. For a map, advice on parking and public transport to the cathedral click here