Sutton Hoo

Important notice -

Please note the viewing tower is due to be completed early this year, so if you are planning to visit us in the coming weeks, please check back here regularly for updates on when it will be open.

Awe-inspiring Anglo-Saxon royal burial site

Upcoming events

Fashion of Archaeology

Mon 27 Jan 2020
10:00-16:00
Join us for a brand-new exhibition exploring the Fashion of Archaeology- where archaeology and costume history combine.

Conservation in Action - Historic Image Digitisation

Mon 27 Jan 2020
10:00-16:00
This winter images from the archive at Sutton Hoo are going to be digitised in their entirety for the first time. The images, captured in 1939 by Mercie Lack and Barbara Wagstaff, provide a remarkable insight into the Great Ship Burial.

Close-Up Photography Workshop

Sun 09 Feb 2020
10:00-13:00
See a close up view of Sutton Hoo through the lens of your camera and discover top tips from an expert photographer on developing your close-up photography skills.

Little Hoo-ligans Parent & Toddler Group

Thu 13 Feb 2020
10:30-12:00
This winter, we’re inviting the little hoo-ligans of Suffolk to join us for a variety of activities and crafts in our toddler sessions. As the trees have shed their leaves and the days are shorter, time spent outdoors becomes even more special.

Relaxed Time

Sun 23 Feb 2020
10:00-12:00
Sutton Hoo's new relaxed time is aimed especially at visitors who would appreciate a quieter experience. During this time we are taking steps to help visitors who are living with autism or dementia.

Birds of the River Deben

Sat 29 Feb 2020
10:00-12:00
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 place their home.
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Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Sutton Hoo on the National Trust Collections website