The Norfolk Archaeological & Historical Research Group

Norfolk's local history and archaeology club

Welcome to the website of the Norfolk Archaeological & Historical Research Group

Links

Here are links to other organisations and websites that might appeal to you if you’re interested in Norfolk history and archaeology. Other suggestions are welcome.

Web addresses sometimes change. Please let us know if you find any broken links.

Norfolk & Norwich Archaeological Society (NNAS)
http://www.nnas.info/
The NNAS has similar aims and activities to NAHRG : but not restricted to Norfolk.

Norfolk Federation of Norfolk Historical and Archaeological Societies
http://www.poppyland.co.uk/federation/
Directory of Norfolk local history groups and a very useful diary of their events.

Norfolk Record Office (also known as the Norfolk Archive)
http://www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/
Details of the award-winning archive of Norfolk documents, including catalogue.

Norfolk Archaeological Trust
http://www.norfarchtrust.org.uk/
Owns and maintains archaeological sites in Norfolk. Runs courses and events.

Norfolk EMAP Explorer
http://historic-maps.norfolk.gov.uk/
Tithe, Enclosure and early Ordnance Survey maps of Norfolk; aerial photos.

Norfolk Heritage Explorer
http://www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk/
Parish by parish catalogue of archaeological finds; and much more!

Norfolk Historic Environment Service
http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/Environment/Historic_environment/index.htm
Records, protects and manages Norfolk's archaeology and historic environment.

Norfolk Heritage Centre
http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/Leisure_and_culture/Libraries/Local_studies_and_family_history/Norfolk_Heritage_Centre/index.htm
Details of records held in the Forum in Norwich. A-Z of resources for local research.

Norfolk Record Society
http://www.norfolkrecordsociety.org.uk/
Encourages the study and preservation of Norfolk records. Publishes transcripts.

Norfolk Museums Service
http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/
Details of the various public museums in Norfolk, their collections and events.

Centre of East Anglian Studies (UEA)
http://www.uea.ac.uk/history/centre-east-anglian-studies
Organises day schools, lectures, seminars and outings for its Associate Members.