History and Heritage in Suffolk
Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 2AF
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
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.
Golf Lane, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5PZ
The Red House was the home of the composer Benjamin Britten and his partner Peter Pears.
The Hall, Somerleyton, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 5QQ
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.
The Railway Station, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 8BZ
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 .
Crowe Street, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 1DL
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.
Off Parkers Place, Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, IP5 3QR
The museum covers the history of this once famous airfield which was commissioned in January 1917 and was operational for 40 years.
Upper Olland Street, Bungay, Suffolk, NR35 1BH
Hacheston, Suffolk, IP13 0DR
12 Garfield Road, Felixstowe, Suffolk, IP11 7PU
Built in 1854, this is the largest wooden church and the largest Russian Orthodox church in the British Isles.
Hadleigh, Suffolk, IP7 5AG
Weeting, Brandon, Norfolk, IP27
The ruins of an early medieval manor-house within a shallow rectangular moat.
Horham & Athelington Recreation Field, Eye, Suffolk, IP21 5OT
Whapload Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 1HS
Once a private summer residence, Sparrows Nest Gardens now offers a wonderful mixture of history, leisure activities and wildlife habitat. A popular location for summer events, this fascinating park is just a short distance from the sea.
78 High Street, Brandon, Suffolk, IP27 OAU
Market Place, Hadleigh, Suffolk, IP7 5DN
Grade I listed building which has a number of magnificent rooms and hall available to hire including The Grand Hall, The Dining Room, The Old Town Hall, The Guildroom, The Council Chamber and a secluded garden area.
Nowton Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP30
Previously a country estate with 170 acres of woodland and pasture. Some formal recreation. All-weather pitch and 2 football pitches. Park centre open weekends.
Friars Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1TD
A Grade I Listed building, built 1699, opened in 1700. One of the finest surviving Dissenters' Meeting Houses in the country and one of Ipswich's most important historic structures.
off Eagle Way, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich, IP4 4NT
An airfield control tower built in World War II. Discover the fascinating and unusual story of RAF Martlesham Heath, learn of it's triumphs, disasters and aviation achievements, including aircraft testing and development from 1915 to 1970.
Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 6HB
The Green, Moulton, Suffolk, CB8 8SQ
A pretty four-arched 15th century bridge, spanning the River Kennett on the old route from Cambridge to Bury St Edmunds.
Leiston, Suffolk, IP17 3BY
One of Suffolk's most impressive monastic ruins of a 14th century abbey of Premonstratensian white commons!
Thompson and Morgan, Poplar Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP8 3BU
Thompson and Morgan. Trial grounds open weekend.
Market Place, Lavenham, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 9QZ
An impressive timber-framed building dating from 1530. Originally the hall of the Guild of Corpus Christi, now a local museum, shop and tearoom.
Old Market Place, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 1TL
St Peter's Church
Buckeroo Way, The Street, Flixton, Bungay, NR35 1NZ
Over 60 aircraft and 25,000 exhibits reflecting military and civil aviation in East Anglia, from the pioneers years to present.