Plan Your Visit


We want you to enjoy the Great British Beer Festival Winter as much as we do. You can find all the information you need to make the most of your visit here.

The Great British Beer Festival Winter will have a wide range of real ales of different styles, seasons and shades and world beers, real ciders, perries and wine.

Once you’ve found your perfect drink, why not enjoy it while being entertained by everything else the festival has to offer? Plan ahead with our advanced tickets to ensure you don’t miss out on your favourite live band.


Opening Times
20th February 17:30 – 22:30 (CAMRA Members Preview only)
21st February 12:00 – 22:30
22nd February 12:00 – 22:30
23rd February 12:00 – 22:30
24th February 12:00 – 22:30
Last Admission: half hour before close. No pass-outs will be allowed.


CAMRA Members – free entry on all sessions
On The Door – Single Day Entry £3 (Wednesday) £4 (all other days)
Advanced – Single Day Entry £13 (Wednesday) £14 (all other days) – inc £7 worth of beer tokens & festival glass

‘Not secured advanced tickets? Don’t worry – the vast majority of admissions will be payment-on-the-door’


The Halls (St Andrew’s & Blackfriars’ Hall)
St Andrews Hall Plain

‘6-minute walk from Norwich Train station’


The Halls are accessible by wheelchair. Parking is not available at The Halls, though there are car parks close by – please see the Directions and Parking below. The Halls are a six-minute walk from Norwich Train Station.  If you have any questions with regards to accessibility or have specific access requirements or requests for reasonable adjustment to make your visit to our festival more enjoyable, please contact




Norwich Train Station

The Halls are a 6 minute walk from Norwich Train Station,
see map attached.

Norwich is less than 2 hours by direct train from London and 1 hour from Cambridge.  For rail enquiries from your local area,
see link attached.


There is no parking at The Halls.

The nearest multi-storey car park is also named after one of The Halls, St Andrew’s.  More information on multi-storey car parks in Norwich can be found on the link.

More information on council car parks and on-street parking can be found here.

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