Browsing local attractions within 8 miles of Shawsgate Vineyard
Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 2AF, Tel: 01986 896485, www.bungay-suffolk.co.uk/history/castle.htm
The remains of an original Norman castle with Saxon mounds. Built by the Bigods in 1165. Massive gatehouse towers and curtain walls. Visitor centre with cafe.
off Yarmouth Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 4PB, Tel: 01502 523470, Email, www.waveney.gov.uk/Leisure/Parks+and+Open+Spaces/Belle+View+Park/
Belle Vue Park is situated prominently in the north of Lowestoft and is a short walk from the historic High Street. Home of the memorial for the RNPS, this park provides a beautiful combination of floral displays and semi-natural habitat.
The Gallery offers major solo exhibitions & group shows of paintings, original prints & sculpture by established East Anglian artists & up & coming talents and has over 40 years expertise in framing, restoration and valuation.
1 Charter Square, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3FD, Tel: 01284 758000, www.theapex.co.uk
The apex is an award winning music and entertainment venue in the heart of the town of Bury St Edmunds. From Rock to Pop, World to Jazz, Classical to Folk The apex supports a diverse and exciting programme throughout the year.
The Suffolk Craft Society's Gallery 2 showcases a diverse selection of contemporary designer crafts, all made entirely by professional crafts people in Suffolk, and all for sale!
12 acres of landscaped gardens to explore including our famous 1864 Yew hedge maze. Guided tours of the Hall. Home made delights in the Paxtons courtyard café. Childrens trail. Events throughout the summer.
When you visit Halesworth, make sure that you visit the Museum at Halesworth railway station! It houses changing displays that give an insight into the social history of the area. See local history, railway & rural life exhibitions .
The Museum of East Anglian Life is a 75 acre open air museum, situated in the heart of Stowmarket. Consisting of 15 historic buildings and collections of over 40,000 objects telling the story of East Anglia through the ages.