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Activities in Suffolk.There are so many fun activities and things to do in Suffolk. Our What To Do will guide you to the activities closest to your place of interest in Suffolk.There are activities from horse riding in Suffolk to interesting courses to take part in while visiting Suffolk. If you know of any fun activities to enjoy in Suffolk please let us know by sharing yours with us in the Suffolk guide.

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RSPB Minsmere on Suffolk’s Coast

RSPB Minsmere lies between Southwold to the north and Aldeburgh to the south, and within the designated Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  The 2500 acre site was established as a nature reserve in 1947 and is now considered one of the UK’s leading bird-watching sites. BBC’s Springwatch was  based at Minsmere…

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Creative Adventures in Suffolk

If you are planning a visit to Suffolk this spring or summer, what about joining a photography workshop or nature-themed walk while you are here? The evocatively named Wild Adventures Under Suffolk’s Skies is a company specialising in themed walks, predominantly along the Suffolk coast. Their programme for the year includes sleepovers on the RSPB’s…

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Saunter Around Sudbury

Sudbury, Suffolk. Birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough

A new programme of guided walks around the market town of Sudbury are due to start on Saturday, 16th January at 11am. Covering the history of the town, its connections with Thomas Gainsborough and the silk industry among other things, these walks will take place on the the third Saturday of each month. Booking is…

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Orwell Park Observatory

Orwell Park School and Observatory

Described as one of the finest Victorian observatories still in regular use, the Orwell Park Observatory stands elegantly on the banks of the River Owell, in Nacton, near Ipswich. Built by Colonel George Tomline in the late 19th century the observatory is now part of a school and is also used by the Orwell Astronomical…

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Green Island Gardens

Twenty acres of private gardens, professionally designed and structured to display a plantsman’s paradise. Featured in Country Living and recommended in Great British Gardens, explore these beautiful woodland gardens at your leisure and see unusual trees, shrubs, perennials and bulbs. Nursery, tearoom and courses also available.

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