Not far from the centre of Cambridge, wander around Anglesey Abbey and it's garden for all seasons or escape to Wicken Fen in search of wildlife. A little further afield enjoy exploring Wimpole Estate, including Home Farm where you'll meet some new arrivals.
Discover the hard work that goes into conserving the 10,000 items in Lord Fairhaven's collection, by our dedicated team of staff and volunteers. Join us for demonstrations during May. Why not come and lend us a hand?
It doesn't matter what time of the year you visit Wimpole Home Farm, there's always a new arrival to meet. Climb to the top of the treehouse at Anglesey Abbey or go on a bug hunt at Wicken Fen. We've plenty of ideas for family days out this May half-term.
Walk up to the Gothic Folly at Wimpole for some great views across the lake and back towards the Hall. Whilst a walk between Wicken Fen and Anglesey Abbey, will enable you to discover the beauty of the Cambridgeshire fens and enjoy nature's spectacles with the changing of the seasons.
With vast skies above flowering meadows, sedge and reedbeds, Wicken Fen is a window onto a lost landscape and home to thousands of species. Thanks to your support, together our ambitious landscape-scale conservation project is opening up new areas for both you and wildlife to enjoy.
Nestling on the banks of the River Great Ouse and with fantastic views of the historic working mill, our campsite offers a great place to park your caravan, motorhome, pitch your tent, or enjoy a stay in our brand new camping pods. The campsite is open March - October.
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From the beautiful North Norfolk Coast with its abundance of wildlife to the magnificent houses and gardens of Blickling, Felbrigg and Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk's popularity is well deserved. And don't miss the chance to wander around Sheringham Park or begin your exploration of the Norfolk Broads.
The question about Suffolk, is where will you visit first? From a landscape made famous by John Constable to the royal burial ground at Sutton Hoo. Enjoy a walk along the iconic Suffolk coastline, around picturesque wool towns, such as Lavenham and Long Melford and don't miss the chance to discover Ickworth.
There's rolling hills, woodland walks and grand houses tucked away in the Chilterns. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it’s a great place explore, both by bike and on foot. Here you can escape the buzz of city life and enjoy the peace and tranquility that the scenery has to offer.