St Mark, Hall Road
St Mark, Hall Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR1 3HL View on map
Grade II listed, built in 1844 by J Brown. Incorporates a gallery and original box pews. Notable art nouveau rood screen dating from 1910. The Lady Chapel is lined with decorated oak panelling. The plaster relief Stations of the Cross date from 1935.
All year: Wednesday 11.30am - 2.30pm and first Saturday of every month 10am - 2pm. Also for Heritage Open Days and special events publicised in advance.
Southeast of the city centre between Hall Road and City Road, not far from the inner ring road (Queens Road). Rail: Norwich Thorpe Road (approximately ¾ mile).
Some limited time parking in nearby streets.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes