Places of Interest

Places of Interest

For entertainment there are local theatres, art galleries, restaurants and country pubs.

Bury St Edmunds is an historic old town with links to the Magna Carta. It has many quaint buildings and streets; busy market and huge variety of restaurants.

Many of the local towns have thriving markets, craft, pottery and antique centres

Visit the Nutshell, the smallest pub in Britain.

Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk was once the capital of East Anglia and the town and surrounding area are full of history. This lovely medieval market town has a warm and friendly atmosphere throughout the year.

Dating back to before the days of William the Conqueror, the provision market in Bury St Edmunds is one of the most successful traditional street markets in the country today and has over 80 stalls. It occurs on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the Cornhill and the Buttermarket area of the town.

Mid Suffolk

Whatever the time of year, there is always something to do here. Due to the rural character of the area, Mid Suffolk has beautiful, tranquil countryside and picturesque villages making it an excellent location for walking, cycling, riding, a day by the sea or just relaxing.

There are also lots of places to visit, including nature reserves, a rare breeds farm, a birds of prey centre and owl sanctuary. If you like shopping, many of the local towns have thriving markets, craft, pottery and antique centres, and individual shops as well as the usual high street stores.