Countryside in Suffolk
Explore the varied landscape of Suffolk, including heathland, an Anglo-Saxon burial ground and scenery made famous by the landscape artist John Constable.
Dunwich Heath, along with its nearby beach and woodland, is ideal for people who want to stretch their legs while enjoying the best that nature has to offer.
There is plenty for all to enjoy on a visit to Flatford. Take a self-guided trail or join a tour and discover the locations of major paintings by John Constable.
Explore the parkland at Ickworth, encircled with layers of history, landscape and classic architecture. Enjoy space, freedom and inspiring views as you wander at your leisure.
Explore the atmospheric 7th-century Royal Burial Ground at Sutton Hoo and discover the history and mystery of what lay beneath the earth at this special place.
A precious landscape on the Suffolk coast
Internationally important coastal nature reserve, with a fascinating 20th-century military history
Enjoy a wander around Pin Mill, a tiny hamlet on the banks of the River Orwell.
A short walk from Woodbridge, Kyson Hill is a hidden gem that offers views across the River Deben.