What is it? A gallery and museum of ancient artefacts tucked away in Norwich’s Castle, built in 1121.
Why go? It’s the perfect place to learn about Queen B. No, not Beyonce, but warrior queen Boudica. She was the leader of a Celtic tribe Iceni that lived in the area now covered by Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire during the late Iron Age (and famously pissed off the Romans a lot). Watch over your shoulder while you’re here. According to local legend, the castle is still the stomping ground of a few of its previous inhabitants. The place is undergoing some redevelopment, so make sure you plan ahead using their website.