Colman’s have been making fine quality mustards in Norfolk for over 180 years and this tradition is celebrated in Colman’s Mustard Shop & Museum, one of the city’s most popular and cherished heritage attractions.
Housed in the historic art nouveau Royal Arcade near Norwich Market, the shop is a careful replica of a Victorian trade premises. It stocks an extensive range of powder and prepared mustards, including a number of specialities made exclusively for the shop and a wide selection of mustard pots and spoons, gift packs, tea towels, Colman’s memorabilia and more. Displays also illustrate all aspects of the history and production of Colman’s mustard, with many historic items on show such as wartime mustard tins and Art Deco mustard pots.
Colman's Mustard Shop & Museum was transferred to Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART) in August 2009 from its previous owners Unilever UK & Ireland. HEART runs Colman's Mustard Shop & Museum as a retail operation and free visitor attraction.
HEART is a private, charitable company set up to act as an umbrella organisation for all the fantastic and often unknown heritage on offer in Norwich. We strategically plan, regenerate, manage and promote Norwich‘s heritage resources and act as a best practice case study nationally and internationally for developing heritage as a vehicle for social and economic regeneration.
For more information visit HEART's website: www.heritagecity.org.
For more information on Colman's: http://www.colmans.co.uk