Myth and Magic Walk at Sutton Hoo

Sutton Hoo burial mounds golden glow

Discover the lost world of the Anglo-Saxons on this unique and atmospheric twilight walk on Friday 17 June.

On the evening of Friday 17 June, join our walk to explore the secret signs in the Sutton Hoo landscape that would have been significant to the Anglo-Saxons. See the royal landscape of the dead through the poetry, runes and riddles of Dark Age England

To these people, any tree might be a shape-shifting god. River-mists could conceal spirits - or monsters. As the archaeology of Sutton Hoo reveals tantalising glimpses into a lost world, so too do the poems and stories of the Anglo-Saxons. 

Discover the myths and literature of the Dark Ages, and how they connect to the Sutton Hoo story and landscape. 

Friday 17 June, 7.00pm - 8.30pm 

£6 per ticket, including a hot drink. Booking essential, please call 01394 389714. 

" 'Then the... people began to construct a mound on a headland, high and imposing, a marker that sailors could see from afar'"
- Beowulf (trans. Seamus Heaney)
Misty burial mounds at Sutton Hoo, Suffolk
Sutton Hoo burial mounds in the mist

Friday 17 June, 7.00pm - 8.30pm 

£6 per ticket, including a hot drink. Booking essential, please call 01394 389714.