Suffolk Coast Historical Interest Map

Historical Interest on the Suffolk Coast

Buttrums Mill, Woodbridge

A working mill until 1928, Buttrums Mill was built in 1836 by John Whitmore, a Wickham Market millwright.  Buttrum's Mill is a six storey tower mill with an ogee cap and a gallery.  The t...


Kings Fleet, Felixstowe Ferry

Sailing into the river Deben and past The Ferry the river is between four and five hundred metres wide at High Water. After about a kilometre, and where the river begins to narrow, there is an inl...


Otley Hall, Otley

Otley Hall is a stunning Grade 1 listed, 16th Century moated hall. It has been voted one of the top 20 Historic Houses in the UK and is listed in “England’s Thousand Best Houses”. Described by P...


Crow's Hall, Near Debenham

Crow's Hall has won an award for its restoration. The adjoining barn, C16th or earlier, is the longest in the County. The site dates from the Anglo Saxon period.Crows Hall is part of a un...


Helmingham Hall Gardens

Set in the heart of Helmingham, Helmingham Hall and Gardens provide a fascinating and informative day out.Why not take a relaxing tour around the Grade I listed gardens (open between May...


Landguard Fort , Felixstowe

Landguard Fort is the site of the last opposed seaborne invasion of England in 1667 and the first land battle of the Royal Marines. The current fort was built in the 18th century, and modified i...


St Paul And St Peter's Church, Eye

St Paul and St Peter's Church is hugely impressive and dates back to 1470. Inside there is a 15th century wooden rod screen with intricate carving, and paintings of kings, saints and bishops. Although...


Eye Castle

Eye Castle is one of the few surviving motte-and-bailey castles from the early Norman period. Built shortly after the Norman conquest of England in 1066, the castle was sacked and largely destroyed...


Ipswich Transport Museum

The Ipswich Transport Museum has the largest collection of transport items in Britain devoted to just one town. Everything was either made or used in and around Ipswich, the county town of Suffo...


Norwich Cathedral

If you're spending a day in Norwich, why not take a visit to the Cathedral? One of the most complete Romanesque buildings in Europe and the most complete Norman cathedral in England!...


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Other Historical Interest elsewhere in Suffolk

The Red House, Aldeburgh

Side view of the house and music studio Benjamin Britten (1913-76) was one of the leading composers of the twentieth century. The Red House is the home Britten shared with his p...

Aldeburgh Vintage Bus Service

On Wednesday 26th July Aldeburgh got a new bus service – with a difference!Ermintrude, an 88 year-old single-deck bus norma...

Dunwich Museum

The pretty village of Dunwich has a fascinating museum for all age groups; an interesting visit with welcoming and knowledgeable staff.It is...

St Andrew's Church, Walberswick

St Andrew’s Church in Walberswick is arguably one of Suffolk’s most dramatic ruins. St Andrew’s was built to replace an older church about a m...

Leiston Abbey, Theberton

One of Suffolk's most impressive monastic ruins of a 14th-century abbey of Premonstratensian canons.  The Abbey, formerly k...

The Long Shop Museum, Leiston

The Long Shop Museum, Leiston is situated near Aldeburgh, in the beautiful coastal region of Suffolk, telling the story of more than 200 years of the...

Gun Hill

On Gun Hill, overlooking the sea you can not fail to be impressed by the eighteen pound cannons. It is said these guns were given to the to...

Amber Museum And Shop

A specially created museum to tell the story and history of amber, by Astrid and Robin Fournel, owners of the oldest and largest amber...

Southwold Museum

Southwold Museum has a collection of items relating to the natural history of Southwold by way of a pictorial display including photographs and...

St Edmund's Church

The parish church of St. Edmund's (1460) was established on the site of a far older church dating from 1200. This splendid building is the main...

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