Discover the best things to do in Suffolk, in East Anglia, from its much-loved coastline to its historic houses and medieval wool towns. Constable Country is also still very much as landscape artist, John Constable, painted it.
Ickworth with its classical Rotunda forms the centrepiece of this estate, which is Suffolk's very own little Italy.
Home to one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time, an awe-inspiring Anglo-Saxon royal ship burial.
An eclectic home, with stories of naval history and links to Beatrix Potter, set in picturesque gardens.
At the heart of village life, Lavenham Guildhall is one of the most spectacular timber framed buildings of medieval England.
Walk into a masterpiece. This charming hamlet was the inspiration for some of John Constable's most famous paintings.
Tucked away on the Suffolk coast, Dunwich Heath and beach offers you peace and quiet and a true sense of being at one with nature.
Uncover some of Britain's top secret military history when you visit this internationally important nature reserve on the Suffolk coast.
The Theatre Royal is one of Britain's most significant theatre buildings and the only surviving Regency playhouse in the country.
Christmas is returning to Ickworth Estate from 2 December with a Georgian Staged Splendour.
Visit Sutton Hoo this November and December and discover what Christmas was like centuries ago.
Enjoy a Christmas with a difference at Dunwich Heath and Beach, where you can get back to nature and explore a very special habitat on the Suffolk coast.
We'll be celebrating the festive season at Flatford this year with decorations, winter treats and Christmas crafts.
Ickworth's garden was the first of its kind in the UK. Designed for privacy, space and freedom, it's a distillation of the gardens of classical Italy given an individual English touch.
Robotic 'dogs' and drones have been used in new pioneering surveys of two former Cold War testing labs on Orford Ness.
Three of our joinery apprentices are honing their heritage craft skills in a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ project. They'll be working on building a full-size replica of the famous Anglo-Saxon ship unearthed at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk.
The Dig is a film by Netflix, released in 2021, based on the novel of the same title by John Preston. But do you know the true story of the excavation of the Great Ship Burial at Sutton Hoo? Read on to discover more.
Learn about our involvement in the consultation process and why we think the plans threaten this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for visitors, wildlife and the environment.
Making new friends, working in amazing places, and knowing that you're helping a cause you care about – just three great reasons to volunteer with the National Trust in Suffolk.
Find out what you could gain by joining a National Trust supporter group in Suffolk. Volunteer at local properties, attend talks and socialise with likeminded individuals.
Landscapes beautiful enough to inspire a great artist and a coastline worthy of an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ status; our holiday cottages in Suffolk and along the Suffolk coast offer an inspiring place to stay.
There are a number of sustainable options for travelling to and from the places in our care in Suffolk, whether you’re looking to travel by train, bus, bike or foot. Here’s a little more information that can help you plan your visit.
Join us as we transport Ickworth back to the Georgians for a lavish experience at the theatre. Step into the Rotunda and revel in the glorious indulgence of the Christmas festivities that await you.
Discover what the festive period meant to the Anglo-Saxons living 1500 years ago and find out where many of our traditions came from as we celebrate Yule.
Join us for a dog training session hosted at Ickworth with Ellie from Smart Nose Dog Training. Learn basic training techniques and spend quality time with your four-legged friend.
Join us for a kids dog training session hosted at Ickworth with Ellie from Smart Nose Dog Training. An opportunity to teach your child safe and polite behaviour around your dog as well as a chance to play together.