Author: Beth Seager

Travel blogger
What Lockdown Was Like in Norwich
By Beth Seager

What Lockdown Was Like

My favourite art installation in Norwich reads “the gap in traffic, white space between words when you hear birds.” In lockdown the roles are reversed and it’s a bus rudely intruding on a chirping bird. Regrettably, the bird sounds like it’s only now remembering how to sing and so far has only garnered one squawking…

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The outside of the Guggenheim is one of the best quirky museums in the world
By Beth Seager

6 of the Best Quirky Museums

“I see we’ve hit peak bullshit,” Ben announced when we walked into the 3rd floor of the Guggenheim. We were both very hungover and tired, and neither of us are modern art fans. We’d already wandered through video installations we didn’t understand and heard telephones ringing which really isn’t good for a hangover. This room…

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Light Tunnel in Norwich
By Beth Seager

When to Visit Norwich

Passionate people and organisations create wonderful events throughout the year so that there’s something special going on whenever you visit Norwich. On top of that, its cobbled streets and medieval buildings with wonky windows and tiny wooden doors are interrupted by flint churches, round watch towers and thick city walls. It’s quaint and beautiful, but…

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