Address: The Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DQ
The Archive Centre is on the County Hall site, close to the A47 Norwich southern bypass. It's about one mile from the railway station and city centre bus station.
Look for the Jaguar aircraft on a plinth which sits opposite County Hall – its nose points to the entrance to The Archive Centre.
Traveline has the latest bus and travel information, including a journey planner.
See information about individual bus operators including park and ride.
Some Harford-Sprowston Park and Ride services stop on the County Hall site.
Free parking is available at County Hall for Archive Centre users. All visitors must report to the security kiosk at the car park entrance to obtain a visitor’s parking pass.
There are parking spaces for visitors with disabilities near the entrance to The Archive Centre.
There is a foot and cycle path from Bracondale into the County Hall grounds. It leads through Conesford Drive and The Loaning and is signposted to County Hall and Lakenham Way.
There is also a gate off the Martineau Lane roundabout which leads directly into the County Hall car park. There are cycle racks onsite.
This is on the second floor of the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library.
These are located at King's Lynn Town Hall as part of the Stories of Lynn museum. Find out how to get to the Stories of Lynn museum.