The Octagon Chapel is a Unitarian Chapel located in Colegate in Norwich, Norfolk, England. The Chapel is a grade II* listed building. Completed in 1756 by the architect Thomas Ivory and is home to a growing liberal religious community of Unitarians, welcoming people of all religious faiths and none.
The chapel is a grade II* listed building. Completed in 1756 by the architect Thomas Ivory (read about Thomas Ivory here). The Chapel is perfectly octagonal, an example of English Neo-Palladian architecture (click the icon below to read about this type of architecture). Being octagonal the church has 8 sides and when built the design proved so popular that it was used as a model for Methodist meeting houses across Europe.