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Lavenham Guildhall Lavenham Guildhall of Corpus Christi:Stunning early 16th century timber-framed building with museum. Situated in the unspoiled market place.
Melford Hall Melford Hall:One of East Anglia's most celebrated Elizabethan houses. Classic interiors, fine panelled Great Hall, Regency Library and panelled Banqueting House in the garden. Elizabeth I was entertained lavishly here, along with 2,000 members of her Court. Beatrix Potter mementoes in room where she was a guest. Delightful garden and parkland walks.
Dunwich Heath Dunwich Heath and Minsmere Beach: Coastal lowland heath sandy cliffs and beach, rich in wildlife, offering tranquillity and excellent views
Theatre Royal Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds: Outstanding only surviving Regency playhouse in Britain. Now fully reopened following major restoration and development.
Ickworth House Ickworth House, Park and Garden: A Georgian Italianate palace in an idyllic English landscape. Explore acres of parkland and woodland on waymarked walks. Have fun in the play area, family cycle route and 'Trim Trail'. Enjoy the licensed restaurant and tempting gift shop. Join in many special events and activities throughout the year. Learn about historic Ickworth House and collections. Relax amidst the idyllic parkland and seasonal beauty of the park, gardens and historic Pleasure Grounds.
Flatford Mill Flatford Bridge Cottage: Beautiful 16th-century thatched cottage by the River Stour. In the heart of Dedham Vale, a quintessentially English rural landscape. Famous location for John Constable's idyllic pastoral paintings. Now home to an exhibition on the artist. Variety of walks along the River Stour. Beautiful riverside tea-room.
Anglesea Abbey Anglesey Abbey & Garden and Lode Mill Glorious Jacobean-style house with an eclectic collection, within outstanding gardens with a working watermill. Place of peace and tranquillity. Lord Fairhaven's fascinating collection of collections. Rare works of art, sumptuous furnishings and spectacular statuary. 114 acres of landscaped and wildlife gardens. Working 18th-century watermill. Gardens, mill and Hoe Fen Wildlife Discovery Area open all year.
Sutton Hoo Sutton Hoo: Awe-inspiring Anglo-Saxon royal burial site. One of Britain's most important and atmospheric archaeological sites. Burial ground of the Anglo-Saxon kings of East Anglia. Priceless royal treasures discovered in a huge ship grave. Exhibition hall tells the compelling story of early English history. Suffolk sandlings heathland and woodland walks.

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