Birds of the River Deben

Wrap up warm, strap on your walking boots and enjoy a guided walk down to the River Deben to discover more about the birds who call this special place their home.

  • Booking essential

Join Steve, our resident ornithologist, for a walk down to the River Deben - the river which skirts the Sutton Hoo site. Find out more about the birds who wade through the water and saltmarsh; hopefully you will spot a few too.


Event ticket prices
  • All £15.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
This tour is most suitable for adults and children aged 12 and above
Meeting point
Please meet outside the front of our Visitor Welcome building.
What to bring and wear
Please wear warm clothes, hardy shoes and bring binoculars if you have them.
Unfortunately, due to uneven and slippery surfaces, this walk is not wheelchair or walking stick friendly.
Admission to Sutton Hoo is included in the price of your ticket

Contact Info

Sutton Hoo
Call 01394 389700

Upcoming events

Anglo-Saxon costume demonstration

Wed 06 Jul 2022
Meet our historic costume volunteers as they demonstrate the craft skills of the Anglo-Saxons and how they created clothing and accessories using natural materials.

Gruesome Graves

Sat 09 Jul 2022
Take our free family tour to discover gruesome stories we've had to leave out of our 'normal' tours ...

Forest Bathing at Sutton Hoo

Sun 10 Jul 2022
Relax, unwind and immerse yourself in nature by joining one of our forest bathing sessions.

Festival of Archaeology: Sae Wylfings, Anglo-Saxon re-enactment

Sat 16 Jul 2022
Join the Sae Wylfing Anglo-Saxon re-enactment group as they start the Festival of Archaeology off with a bang as they set up camp for a weekend full of living history.

Ramble with the Ranger

Fri 22 Jul 2022
Take a ramble with our Ranger, Jonathan, and see Sutton Hoo from a different perspective, exploring the different wildlife that calls this special place home.

Festival of Archaeology: Wulfheodenas, Anglo-Saxon re-enactment

Sat 23 Jul 2022
Step back over 1000 years in time for the second weekend of the Festival of Archaeology and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of Anglo-Saxon life at this evocative time of year as Wulfheodenas set up camp for a weekend full of re-enactment