There's always something going on at The Forum and most of the events are FREE. Explore the calendar to see what's on now and what's coming up. Don't forget to pick up a copy of our quarterly event guide. It's available inside The Forum and at venues across Norfolk.
The Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library inside The Forum has been awarded the title 'most popular public library in the UK' for seven consecutive years. The Library is also home to the Norfolk Heritage Centre and the Business and Intellectual Property Centre Norfolk.
Mon-Fri 10am-7pm / Sat 9am-5pm / Sun 10.30am-4.30pm
The 2nd Air Division Memorial Library is a tribute to the thousands of airman of the 2nd Air Division United States Army Air Force who were killed while stationed in East Anglia during World War Two. The library is an educational resource, a fascinating place to visit and a friendship bridge between two nations.
The Forum provides a unique selection of spaces and facilities in the centre of a thriving city centre. On an average day thousands of people come through our front door and we have a reputation for being an interesting and inspiring place to visit all year round.
If you like good coffee, drop into Cafe Bar Marzano inside The Forum. A great place to meet for lunch - try the generous paninis and luscious cakes - or enjoy an early evening glass of wine or Adnams beer.
The Pizza Express restaurant, on the mezzanine bridge, offers a fabulous view over Millennium Plain, St Peter Mancroft church and the historic market area of Norwich. Oh... and rather good food too.
Looking for a gift or a souvenir? Particularly one that says something about the city of Norwich, the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads or East Anglia's magnificent coastline? You won't go far wrong if you browse around The Forum Shop by Jarrold.
The shop is next door to the Norwich Tourist Information Centre inside The Forum.
The Forum is run by an independent charitable trust called The Forum Trust. Our 'project purpose' emphasises education, learning, creativity, opportunities for all and celebrating the region's history and culture. Click on the link to read more about this and about our community partnerships, our research and development projects and the building's history.
An important aspect of our 'project purpose' is to help people gain access to learning and personal development opportunties. Inside The Forum you will find the offices of MINT, a charity which helps young people gain the skills and contacts they need to find employment. MINT is run by City College, Norwich, a long term partner of The Forum.
Many of the free events and activities that go on inside The Forum are designed to help people understand and use digital technology, which is why we are delighted to work closely with BBC Voices. Voices provides filmmaking and radio editing workshops to individuals, groups, businesses, schools and colleges throughout the Eastern region. And it's FREE.