Inns and taverns have always been an integral part of the history of Norwich's Market Place. Over the years many have come and gone. Here we have looked at pubs trading when this map was produced in 1884. Even at this time there were over 25 hosteleries in the vicinity. In the 1920s and '30s many were closed "under Compensation" as city centre licenses were transferred to public houses in the newly built suburbs. Others were destroyed either in the war or demolished to make way for the new Market Place, City Hall or other developments.