Our wonderful Norwich hot air balloon rides are an unforgettable way to enjoy the landscape of this beautiful city and the surrounding Norfolk countryside.
Launching from the centrally located Earlham Park, you can really appreciate the city’s stunning architecture and history as you go up, up and away.
See if you can spot as many of the ‘Norwich 12’ as you can. These famous landmarks have stood proudly in the city for centuries and include Norwich Castle, Dragon Hall, Norwich Cathedral and The Guildhall.
In the distance you may spot such sites was Chapelfield Gardens, which opened in 1880 as the city’s first public park.
In fact, with more than 23 parks and almost 100 open spaces set around the winding River Wensum, there is an abundance of beautiful green space to enjoy on Norwich balloon flights.
A flight in our Norwich hot air balloon ride offers views of East Anglia stretching as far as the eye can see.
To the east lies the Norfolk Broads, while to the west are the pretty patchwork fields and quaint villages so typical to Norfolk.
Our pilot Robert Keron is a born and bred Norfolk local and if there is anything he doesn’t know about the county’s landmarks, we haven’t found it.
See if you can spot the well preserved Cow Tower, built more than 600 years ago on the banks of the river to defend Norwich from invaders.
The Plantation Garden is a beautiful spot to relax and haven of peace and tranquillity close to the city centre.
To the west of Norwich is Mid-Yare National Nature Reserve, perfect for a walk before or after your flight and home to Strumpshaw Hall Steam Museum.
Whichever way the wind takes you, Norwich is the perfect spot to enjoy stunning views of Norfolk from the skies.
Our regional flight voucher for Norfolk and Suffolk can be used at any of our launch sites across the two counties.
Earlham Park is adjacent to the University of East Anglia. Upon arrival, park in the main university pay and display car park. The launch site is next to the UEA main entrance. Please gather there and wait to be greeted by your pilot and crew.
From Norwich take the B1108 (Earlham Road) and head out of Norwich towards the BUPA Hospital. As you approach the Fiveways Roundabout the park is signposted ‘University Of East Anglia / Earlham Park’, at the roundabout take the 2nd exit, and continue on the Earlham Road (B1108) for approx 500 Metres and then take the turning into the park signposted ‘UEA/Earlham Park’.