East of England

Whether you live here or are just visiting, the East of England has plenty of places to explore, time and time again

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Norfolk's enduring popularity is well deserved - with golden sandy beaches and nature reserves, as well as a number of stunning gardens and houses such as Blickling, Felbrigg, Oxburgh Hall and Sheringham Park. 


The question about Suffolk, is where will you visit first? Follow in the footsteps of Constable at Flatford, discover more about Anglo-Saxon royalty at Sutton Hoo, explore Suffolk's little Italy at Ickworth or head to the coast at Dunwich Heath. 


The gardens at Anglesey Abbey, Wimpole Estate and Peckover are a riot of vibrant colour and a feast for the senses. Wicken Fen near Cambridge is well worth a visit too, with its simple pleasures of nature.

  • Essex

    There's more to Essex than first meets the eye. Tucked away you'll find lots of hidden gems.

  • Bedfordshire

    Choose Bedfordshire for activity and exploration, peace and quiet, wildlife and beauty.

  • Over the border

    In Hertfordshire you'll find Shaw's Corner, the home of playwright George Bernard Shaw.

In the news

The Butler's Pantry © K Dunlap

The Butler's Pantry

Follow our blog to find out the latest conservation news - such as the opening of the domestic wing, recreating life 'below stairs' at Anglesey Abbey.

Great for groups

Enjoy a group visit to Polesden © Arnhel de Serra

Why not come as a group? We have lots of special interest tours to choose from, what will take your fancy?

Schools welcome

Looking for somewhere to take your school group? Why not enjoy learning outside of the classroom with us?

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