Woodbridge Museum, run by volunteers who really care about sharing the history of Woodbridge, is filled with information telling the whole story of the town of Woodbridge from its Roman beginnings to the present day.
Now an attractive sleepy coastal backwater, it was once of regal importance, home of Saxon kings, a hive of industry - building ships to fight the Spanish Armada, a garrison for soldiers in the Napoleonic wars, the home of radar and close to the most famous UFO landing of the 20th century.
A small museum but with fascinating hidden treasures - fascinating to explore
Some really good children's activities. A fascinating day out for all the family.
Open: Easter to end of October and Bank Holidays, Thursday to Saturday 10.00am-4.00pm and Sundays 2.30pm-4.30pm. It's also open Mondays and Tuesdays during school holidays.
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