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Suffolk

Ickworth Estate

An Italianate Palace in the heart of Suffolk

The Rotunda, Horringer, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP29 5QE

Exterior view of Rotunda across the North Lawn at Ickworth Estate, Suffolk

Important notice

Our car parking is limited, we advise visiting outside of 11:30am-1:30pm. The West Wing lift is currently unavailable. The play area, Geraldine's Walk and other areas of the estate are closed due to flooding. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Planning your visit

View of the rotunda at Ickworth, Suffolk

Check out our events at Ickworth Estate 

See what events may be taking place during your visit or what's coming up at Ickworth Estate. From daily house tours to guided ranger walks, there's lots to add value to your visit.

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Snowdrops at Ickworth Estate 

Snowdrops are now beginning to show at Ickworth Estate. Read more to find out the best places to view them during your visit.

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Walking at Ickworth Estate 

Winter is a great time to explore Ickworth Estate on foot. With over 1800 acres for you to discover, you can blow away the cobwebs and get out into nature on one of our trails.

Visitors walking their dog on a path at Ickworth, Suffolk
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Visiting Ickworth with your dog 

Ickworth is a three pawprint rated place. Let your four-legged friends lead you on a voyage of exploration around miles of parkland, offering new and exciting discoveries.

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Group visits to Ickworth 

Want to visit Ickworth as a group? Find all the information you need, from how to book tickets to the benefits you may be entitled to.

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Ickworth map 

Take a look at the map of Ickworth to help plan your visit.

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