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Suffolk Stories : Find Your Next Holiday

In a county as old and varied as this, there are hundreds of Suffolk stories to be told. Come and discover the tales that can be found in iconic landscapes such as the fields and fens of West Suffolk, the long stretch of coastline in the east, the lush Waveney Valley on the northern border and beautiful Constable Country in the south. 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.

Suffolk is the place where you can find a house in the clouds, the balancing barn, a giant scallop on a beach, and the stretch of turf where champions run. And don’t forget the Suffolk mysteries – unnerving tales of ghostly bells beneath the sea, devil dogs stalking the darkened countryside, unearthly craft in the sky and the many haunted houses in Suffolk where ghostly residents wander restlessly. What will you find when you discover Suffolk.

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: festive fairs, craft shows, pantos, carol sing-a-longs and some of the places to meet Santa himself. It's a Chrismtas cracker of a list...

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.