Browsing local attractions within 8 miles of Sign of the Fish
Wissett Wines is located within the Suffolk Countryside within 8 acres of vines with the potential of yielding 10,000 bottles of fine English Wine each year-weather permitting of course! Learn more about wine making in the Visitors Centre.
Mill House, Holton St Peter, Suffolk, IP19 8PW, (1 miles, 2kms), Tel: 01473 264755, Email
A restored 18th Century post windmill with 4 sails and a working fantail.
Ferry Lane, Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6NG, (7 miles, 12kms), Tel: 01502 722103, Email, www.maritimeheritageeast.org.uk/museums/alfred-corry-museum
An original Southwold Lifeboat (1893 - 1918) that has been fully restored and is housed in the Lifeboat shed from Cromer Pier (1923 - 1997).
Halesworth Millennium Green Trust, 24 Bungay Road, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 8HW, (0.5 miles, 0.7kms), Tel: 01986 872268, Email
Halesworth Millennium Green.
The friendly and helpful staff at Southwold Tourist Information can assist you with details of local attractions, accommodation bookings, local transport enquiries and National Express travel bookings. A must for all those planning a visit.
81 High Street, Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6DS, (8 miles, 12kms), Tel: 01502 725418, www.buckenham-galleries.co.uk
In Southwold, Suffolk is East Anglia's premier venue to see the best in Contemporary Art, from local, national and international Artists and Craftspeople.
St James's Street, Dunwich, Suffolk, IP17 3DT, (6 miles, 10kms), Tel: 01728 648796, www.dunwichmuseum.org.uk
A museum showing the history of Dunwich from Roman times, chronicling its disappearance into the sea and local wildlife.
Blackmill Road, Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6AQ, (8 miles, 12kms), Tel: 07815 769565, www.southwold.ws/cinema/
It has 66 authentic cinema seats, a box office, kiosk, circle, organ, air-conditioning. The Electric Picture Palace was opened by Michael Palin in May 2002 and is named after the first Southwold cinema which began to operate in 1912.
Woottens is a specialist plant nursery, and are experts in Auriculas, Bearded Iris Grasses, Hemerocallis and Pelargoniums. We also grow the largest general range of sun and shade loving Herbaceous Perennials in Suffolk.
Southwold's unique cottage museum is dedicated to the history of this corner of Suffolk. Owned and managed by the Southwold Museum & Historical Society, this building houses a collection of objects, paintings, photographs and models.
Adnams Copper House distillery in Southwold uses local ingredients to make award winning hand crafted quality spirits including vodka and gin. From the top of the building you can see some of the best views in Southwold.
Brick Kiln Barn, Sibton, Saxmundham, Suffolk, IP17 2NE, (6 miles, 10kms), Tel: 01728 621380, Email
Unique cookery courses and food events that go further than the traditional cookery school, giving you this opportunity to see the origins of really great food.
Sotterley Chapel, Sotterley, Beccles, Suffolk, NR34 7UA, (6 miles, 10kms), Tel: 01502 575416
Sotterley Chapel and it's Cemetery were consecrated by the Bishop of Norwich in 1883. It is now the only Cemetery in Suffolk that is owned by the Parish Council.
Cherry Tree Farm, Halesworth Road, Ilketshall St Lawrence, NR34 8LB, (4 miles, 6kms), Tel: 01986 781353
This small family firm has revived the traditional of making quality single variety apple juices and barrel matured ciders. Visitors can see the antique apple pressing equipment and learn about the process.
Comtemporary British Seaside Pier that was re-built in 2001. The Pier boasts the Promenade Cafe, The Boardwalk Restaurant, Family Amusements, The 'Under the Pier Show', ' Seaweed and Salt' and 'The Treasure Chest': gift and souvenir shops.
East Cliff, Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6EL, (8 miles, 12kms), Tel: 01502 724729, Email
The Southwold Sailors' Reading Room was built in 1864 in memory of Captain Charles Rayley , who had retired to Southwold after a short but colourful Naval Career. Call in to see the displays and models of Southwold's Maritime history.