Summer in the East of England
From sunrise to sunset, make the most of the long summer days ahead. Come and find the perfect picnic spot, a garden to relax in, a new exhibition to discover or enjoy an evening out with friends - we have a whole programme of outdoor theatre, cinema and music to choose from in the East of England.
The school holidays have arrived and we thought you might like a little help to plan your family days out. So here are our top spots of where to play, and where better than in nature's playground for your summer adventure.
Cycle routes for little legs or rides that offer more of a challenge. To help you enjoy the great views from your saddle, we've picked out some of the best places to visit by bike in the East of England.
Whether you love the coast or want to explore our inland waterways, if you're wanting to spend a lazy few hours on the water, here's a selection of boat trips to choose from in the East of England.
In our increasingly technology driven lives it can be refreshing to switch off from today’s noisy world. So here are some tranquil gardens and quiet spaces to escape for a little while.
If you’re not a fan of the heat, don’t get all hot and bothered this summer, here are our suggestions of where to go in the East of England to keep cool.
There are some lovely places to enjoy a picnic with a view. Our favourite spots include Wimpole's Folly and the riverside setting at Houghton Mill. So what are you waiting for, pack up your picnic hamper.
Beautiful butterflies can be seen in abundance across the East of England in the summer months. So why not see how many species you can spot?
There's something special about spending a night under the stars. Whether you're wanting somewhere to pitch your tent, bring your caravan or perhaps you fancy trying out one of our new camping pods. Check out our campsites in the East of England.
As the weather warms up, enjoy a walk through the countryside and enjoy the view. Seek out shade from the tree canopy on a woodland stroll or wander along the coast for a cool sea breeze. Where will become your favourite spot for a summer walk?
Flower rich meadows and grasslands alive with butterflies and bees are less common than they were, but can still be found if you know where to look. We're working hard to protect, conserve and restore them in the East of England.
Whether you're looking for somewhere to build a sandcastle or enjoy a shoreline stroll - from the golden sands at Brancaster Beach to the shingle shores at Dunwich Heath, we care for 117 miles of coast in the East of England.
Make the most of the long summer days with some alfresco entertainment at our places. Pack a picnic hamper and bring along your family and friends to one of our 'summer nights' of film, theatre and music.
Without insects our lives would be very different, they help keep the balance of nature. Butterflies, dragonflies, bees and beetles, they all help keep the natural world turning and here are some to look out for in the East of England.
Dreaming you could be somewhere exotic? Roll the clock back a couple of centuries and you might have been heading off on a Grand Tour. Well, now you can travel the world without leaving East Anglia.