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Sutton Hoo

Awe-inspiring Anglo-Saxon royal burial site

Tranmer House, Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 3DJ

Tranmer House photographed on top of the hill at Sutton Hoo with bright yellow gorse flowering in the foreground

Planning your visit

Three archaeologists wearing bright hi-vis jackets field walking through a trench at Sutton Hoo in the sunshine

Festival of Archaeology 

Find out how we're celebrating the Festival of Archaeology at Sutton Hoo.

A young boy wearing a t-shirt chooses a coloured pencil from the Discovery Room in Tranmer House at Sutton Hoo

Summer of Play at Sutton Hoo 

With indoor activities and outdoor adventures, there are loads of way to play at Sutton Hoo this summer.

Archaeologist and TV presenter Carenza Lewis kneeling over a finds tray in Riverview Field at Sutton Hoo

Time Team at Sutton Hoo 

Catch up with the latest news from Time Team's dig at Sutton Hoo.

Costumed interpreter in Anglo-Saxon dress talking with visitors in the exhibition hall at Sutton Hoo, Suffolk

Check out our events at Sutton Hoo 

See what events may be happening during your visit or what's coming up at Sutton Hoo.

Visitors with dog enjoying an autumnal walk at Sutton Hoo

Visiting Sutton Hoo with your dog 

Sutton Hoo is a three pawprint rated place. With 245 acres to explore, there are lots of adventures to be had with your pooch. Here's all the information you need to make your visit a happy one.

Visitors looking out from the viewing platform at Sutton Hoo, Suffolk

Group and school visits to Sutton Hoo 

Whether you want to visit Sutton Hoo with a club or society, with a group of friends or as a school or college, we can accommodate you. Find out everything you need to know here.


Sutton Hoo site map 

Take a look at the Sutton Hoo site map to help you plan your visit.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland

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