Suffolk

Places to visit

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What's on...

Whether you're curious and want to delve deeper with a specialist tour or are in need of inspiration for where to take the kids during half term - we've a great programme of events coming up.

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Little lambs frolicking around Ickworth park © H Trebble

Little lambs frolicking around Ickworth park

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One of Britain's most important archaeological sites - Sutton Hoo © Ian Shaw

One of Britain's most important archaeological sites - Sutton Hoo

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The landscape made famous by artist John Constable © National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

The landscape made famous by artist John Constable

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Flatford's scone club, there's a new signature scone to try each month © Russell Clement

Flatford's scone club, there's a new signature scone to try each month

Our favourite outdoor activities

Geocaching at Dunwich

Join in the high tech treasure hunt that's fun for all ages © NT

Can you find the the geocaches we've hidden on the reserve? Hugely popular with visitors, download their co-ordinates or borrow a GPS receiver from us.

Walkies at Ickworth

A dog enjoys a tasty bone-shaped dog biscuit from Lanhydrock © National Trust

Ickworth is doggie heaven - a great place to bring your four-legged friends for walkies and stop for refreshments at Porter's Lodge outdoors café.

Running at Ickworth

Running the Denbies Hillside nature trail © Arnel de Serra

Get your running shoes on and check out Ickworth's trim trail - try your hand on various fitness objects, ranging from pole climbing to ladder walks and leap frog.

Places to stay

You're never far from breathtaking views when you stay in one of the coastguard cottages at Dunwich, Tranmer House at Sutton Hoo or one of Ickworth's idyllic cottages. How about the Ickworth Hotel?

Wildlife conservation

We've teamed up with the RSPB and embarked on a major project funded by the European Union and other partners, to secure a sustainable future for wildlife in the Alde-Ore Estuary.

Social groups

Join your local supporter group and get more from your membership © Arnhel de Serra

Why not join your local supporter group?

Volunteer

Join your local supporter group and get more from your membership © NT

Join our Suffolk Volunteer Group and help us with tasks such as clearing shrub, hedge laying and footpath maintanence.