Suffolk

Red Deer at Dunwich Heath, Suffolk

Suffolk is a county filled with natural beauty, from its picturesque coastline and Constable Country in the east, to wool towns in the west.

Places to visit

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Houghton Mill with the river and a swan in the foreground

Places in the East of England you need to book 

Some of the smaller places we care for in England are open with guided experiences or you may need to travel by boat to reach them, so you’ll need to pre-book before your visit. Our tours will be led by expert volunteers and will show the places in a new light. Tickets are released on a Thursday for a two week period.

Places you can visit

The pagodas on Orford Ness

Orford Ness 

A wild and remote shingle spit with a history that will both intrigue and delight. Uncover some of Britain's secret military history and enjoy the abundance of rare species and plants.

Days out on your doorstep
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'The Residents' instillation artwork by Tatiana Trouvé in Lab 1 at Orford Ness

Artangel presents Afterness: a major new exhibition on Orford Ness

Orford Ness is now hosting Afterness, a major new art exhibition presented by Artangel and featuring work by a collection of international artists.

125 treasures

Celebrating 125 treasures 

Delve deeper into stories of these 125 fascinating objects, from artistic masterpieces and vast tapestries to precious personal possessions.

Sheepdog Sweep at Orford Ness

New sheepdog finding his paws at Orford Ness 

There's a new member of the team at Orford Ness. Sweep is the new sheepdog who helps shepherd Andrew take care of the flock of rare breed sheep, but he needs to find his sea paws first.

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Beech tree in Frithsden at Ashridge, Herts

Looking after our ancient trees and woodland in the East 

Find out how we are working with the Woodland Trust to look after the ancient trees and woodland across the East of England.

Places to stay
View of the Round House holiday cottage sitting in the Ickworth parkland

Places to stay 

Get away from it all and enjoy the chance to stay in one of the idyllic cottages on the Ickworth Estate, the coastguard cottages at Dunwich Heath or Tranmer House at Sutton Hoo.