Suffolk Coast Historical Interest Map

Historical Interest on the Suffolk Coast

Ickworth House, Bury St Edmunds

A Georgian Italinate palace in an idyllic English landscape.  A grand place for a truly entertaining day out.Ickworth's impressive Rotunda - a magnificent showcase commmissioned by t...


Moyse's Hall, Bury St Edmunds

Built in 1180 it has been used as a tavern and a 'gaol'.Today Moyse's Hall is a superb museum providing an excellent setting in which to trace the story of West Suffolk, through displays...


West Stow, England's First Anglo Saxon Village

One of England's great archaeological sites, West Stow Anglo-Saxon village was built and lived in between 420 and 650AD. The village has been carefully recreated on the spot where the original v...


Clare Ancient House Museum

Clare Ancient House is a Grade I Listed Building, and is recognised as having national importance. The West wing, on the High Street, is believed to date from the 14th century, and the more heav...


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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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