This is the place to find heaps of things to do in Suffolk.

Indulge your cultural side with a trip to world famous Aldeburgh Music, the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts in Stowmarket or DanceEast, Ipswich’s amazing dance venue. Get back in touch with nature at RSPB Minsmere, home of BBC’s Springwatch and one of the most important nature reserves in the world, or come face to face with a ship of the desert at Oasis Camel Centre. And not forgetting to uncover history at Kentwell Hall and Sutton Hoo, or even have a tree-top adventure in Thetford Forest with Go Ape.

When you visit Suffolk you must try our fantastic food and drink, either direct from the expert producers at somewhere like the Suffolk Food Hall, or skillfully prepared by one of the hundreds of Suffolk restaurants such as the British Larder near Woodbridge  or the award winning Great House in Lavenham.

Make time for some of the many outstanding places to see in Suffolk, from the grand Ickworth House to beautiful Constable Country. Go behind the scenes at the home of racing when you Discover Newmarket, or catch a show at The New Wolsey in Ipswich, and don’t forget the many family attractions in Suffolk such as Bury St Edmund’s Curve Motion which offers roller skating, body zorbing and has the biggest play frame in East Anglia. Africa Alive near Lowestoft is 100 acres of Suffolk countryside full of exotic animals, while the Suffolk Punch Trust is home to a breed of horse that is rarer than the Giant Panda.

ShowHide Filters
  • Culture
  • Entertainment
  • Family Fun
  • Food and drink
  • Heritage
  • Shopping
  • The Outdoors