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About Suffolk

Suffolk is a county in East Anglia, England. It is bounded to the north by Cambridgeshire; to the west by Essex and Hertfordshire, and to the south by Norfolk. It also borders on the North Sea.

Suffolk is known for its beautiful rolling countryside, which contains some spectacular villages and towns. These include Sudbury and Lavenham in the west; Newmarket in the centre; Aldeburgh and Southwold on the east coast; and Bury St Edmunds in the north-east.
 
The county is famous for its food, drink, and rural tourism. Visitors can enjoy local produce from independent producers at farmers' markets across the country or sample some of Britain's finest gin while exploring one of our many distilleries around Ipswich or Lowestoft.

Ipswich

Ipswich is a city with a rich history, and it's easy to see why so many people have chosen to call this place home. The city boasts beautiful architecture, an incredible arts scene, and plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation.

The town has a population of around 120,000 people. It's also home to a number of museums and historic sites like St. Mary's Church and the Museum of East Anglian Life.

Transport Museum

Ipswich Transport Museum is one of the most fascinating museums in the UK.

The museum has been open since 1995, and it has since become a favourite among locals and tourists.

Inside you will find over 100 different vehicles on display, including cars, buses, motorcycles, horse-drawn carriages, old planes, and trains. There are also interactive displays where children can learn about how these machines work by operating them themselves.

Regent Theatre

Ipswich Regent Theatre has been around since 1929. Inside seats over 1500 people, which makes it perfect for live performances and musicals.

The Theatre is located in Ipswich’s town centre near other attractions like the Ipswich Museum and the Northgate street which has a wide range of shops.

Shopping In Suffolk

Shopping In Suffolk

Arc is an open-air complex of popular shops and restaurants. Arc is located in Bury Saint Edmunds, only a 17-minute walk from the train station.

The complex has the largest selection of clothing stores including JD, H&M, Next, New Look and Clarks. Restaurants on site are Wagamama, Nando’s, Carluccio's, and Byron.

Sailmakers is a Shopping Centre located in the City Centre of Ipswich. It has more than 15 shops, which includes a range of high street brands, including River Island, Warren James, and Boots.

Ipswich Market is a traditional market for fresh fruit, veg, dairy products and fish, as well as other stalls that sell accessories, clothes, retro items and books.

Located down Princes Street in the heart of Ipswich town centre, it's been a very popular destination with locals and tourists.

Eating And Drinking In Suffolk

Eating And Drinking In Suffolk

The Bull has built a reputation for great food and excellent service in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. With modern interiors, the pub is warm and welcoming and offers delicious pub food.

Great food is at the heart of Oak Fired At The Royal Oak. From our delicious pizzas and pastas to our wine list and customer service, it is all about great Italian cuisine in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

The Ocean Fish Platter is a seafood restaurant in the city centre of Ipswich, they serve traditional fish and chips, it’s an excellent option for those who want something different than the usual burgers or pasta dishes.

Things To Do In Suffolk

Things To Do In Suffolk

If you're looking for a place to relax and unwind Christchurch Park is the perfect place for you. Opened to the public in April 1895, Christchurch has beautiful scenery and so much history to learn about.

The beautiful Abbey Gardens is based in West Suffolk. When visiting the gardens you will be instantly impressed by the views. The park is full of history and perfect for a picnic with family and friends.

Theatre Royal, Bury St. Edmunds is a beautiful example of the Regency style of architecture. It was built in 1819 and has stood the test of time to remain one of the most beautiful buildings in Suffolk. The venue is very popular for performances and interviews with high profile figures.

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