Houses and buildings to visit in Suffolk
With picturesque villages and charming country houses, to the only surviving Regency playhouse in Britain, you really are spoilt for choice in Suffolk if you're looking for houses and buildings to explore. Where will you visit first?
Discover the house and the treasures collected by the flamboyant 4th Earl of Bristol at Ickworth, a magnificent Italianate palace in the heart of Suffolk.
Discover more about the people behind the archaeological investigations at Sutton Hoo, including landowner Edith Pretty and local archaeologist Basil Brown who made a discovery of a lifetime.
Delve into the world of Anglo-Saxons and discover more about the treasures unearthed and the story of this now world-famous site.
Explore Melford Hall, which was ravaged by fire in 1942 and brought back to life as a much-loved home to the family who have lived here for over 300 years.
From the medieval Guildhall of Corpus Christi to the winding, hidden lanes and historic architecture, there's plenty to discover on a visit to Lavenham village.
Find out what you'll discover inside the many fascinating military buildings you'll see as you walk through Orford Ness.
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.
Visit the vibrant 200-year-old theatre with a year-round programme of entertainment to suit all tastes.