Places to Visit

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds

Come and visit our beautifully restored Regency Theatre in the wonderful setting of Bury St Edmunds. There’s something for everyone with comedy, drama, music and dance, as well as guided tours, all year round. In the theatre’s Greene Room bar experience our nineteenth century heritage with a sleek modern twist where we offer a variety of drinks and snacks. We also have pre-show and interval hampers available for those travelling far afield or simply seeking a treat! Call 01284 769505 or Visit our website 

Carters Teapots

Carters Teapots

All our teapots have been designed and made by us in the beautiful medieval village of Debenham, Suffolk England since 1978.

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Anglian Indoor Kart Racing

Anglian Indoor Kart Racing

We have been established for more than 20 years. During that time we have earned a reputation for providing the finest high-speed entertainment in the area. With our indoor racing karts and exhilarating multi-level circuit, we bring the thrills of motorsport to all adrenaline-seekers.
Tel: 01473 240 087  Email: sales@angliakarting.com
Address: Unit 12, Farthing Road Industrial Estate, Ipswich, IP1 5AP
Website: www.angliakarting.com 

Helmingham Hall Gardens

Helmingham Hall Gardens

Helmingham is famous for its Grade 1 listed gardens, redesigned by Lady Tollemache (a Chelsea Gold Medallist) set in a 400 acre deer park surrounding a moated Tudor Hall. Visitors enjoy the rare chance to see Herds of Red and Fallow Deer living in the wild as well as the enchanting herbaceous borders, the herb & knot gardens, and rose and wild gardens. A delicious range of local food is served in the Coach House Tearooms and the Stable Shops offer a wide range of local produce, plants and garden accessories. Open May 1st – 18th September, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sundays 12:00 – 17:00.
www.helmingham.com, call 01473 890799 or email events@helmingham.com

Mid-Suffolk Light Railway

Mid-Suffolk Light Railway

The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, known affectionately as 'The Middy', was a classic case of a rural railway that never paid its way. Built in the Edwardian era, it was a late-comer to the railway scene, at a time when mechanized transport was making an appearance on the roads.

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