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Suffolk Stories : Find Your Next Holiday

There are hundreds of Suffolk stories to be told. Come and discover the tales that can be found in iconic landscapes and long stretches of coastline.  Read the stories that have risen up over Suffolk’s long history and the tales of some of the most famous people in history. And come right up to date with everything that is going on in the modern day.

Here comes Christmas! In the spirit of embracing the twinkling glamour of the season, we have compiled a list of sparkling events coming up in Suffolk for 2020. From virtual panto's to santas grottos and illuminated walks and outdoor theatre, it's a Christmas cracker of a list...

Pack your half-term with both fun and educational things to see and do with the children. Whether it's a step back in time to an Anglo Saxon village or halloween fun at Kentwell. Suffolk will keep both adults and the children entertained.

Gaia, an enormous and awe inspiring spherical sculpture of our planet Earth, will be installed at The Apex entertainment centre in Bury St Edmunds from 3 to 18 October. Created by UK artist, Luke Jerram the 7-metre diameter, rotating artwork will provide an immersive experience for visitors creating a sense of the ‘Overview Effect’ as experienced by astronauts.

Enjoy some virtual tours and events taking place in Suffolk

Enjoy some time out at a virtual event in Suffolk. A Theatre production and an exhibition from your sofa.

Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus, the Suffolk Walking Festival 2020 has been cancelled

Enjoy days out, short breaks and family fun exploring Suffolk in winter.

5 Autumn events in Suffolk

23 September 2019

Enjoy a day out visiting one of the many events taking place in Suffolk this autumn to celebrate the harvest. Go for a walk through the orchards at one of the apple fairs or discover sizzling sausages in Framlingham. Your taste buds are going to be tingling....

This year’s music festival line-up in Suffolk is eclectic, alternative and rather unique. From multiple musical genres and leading acts, to homegrown favourites and international folk, our festivals will take you across the county in a blaze of colour and in the thralls of glamping fever. Here’s nine of the best…

The Suffolk Walking Festival is one of the main outdoor social events of the year! Accruing 24 million footprints last year and with more than 120 walks, the festival marches across countryside and coast and is undoubtedly the best way to see our glorious county.

Easter is one of the highlights of the year for many people, not least because it's a religious holiday. Easter also carries with it the promise of warmer weather and the opportunity to escape our normal daily routine for a few days. So, we have compiled a list of the five best Easter Egg Hunts, adult-only activities and alternative sugar-rush options.

Panto Season in Suffolk

20 November 2018

If the thought of Christmas conjures a time when the whole family get together for the greatest show on earth, then you're in luck. Here are 6 dazzling theatre and panto performances in Suffolk to get you in the festive mood.

Travel by train to Bury St Edmunds to enjoy this lovely market town in leisurely style. Spend the day or stay the whole weekend to make the most of all the fabulous things there are to do.

Events for Everyone

15 September 2017

As we head into autumn, there is much to look forward to in Suffolk: literature, poetry, dance, theatre and plenty of family-friendly seasonal events, as well as an ongoing sprinkling of food and music events.

You're invited! Find the county's best events this summer including music festivals, foodie events, river cruises, guided walks and much more.

Pick up a genuine Suffolk souvenir at the annual exhibition of contemporary crafts in the coastal town of Aldeburgh during July and August.

The Arthur Ransome East Coast Celebration takes place on the Shotley Peninsula to commemorate the life and work of Arthur Ransome.