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Bringing your kids to Suffolk. Looking to entertain the children while in Suffolk? Use our guide to What To Do in Suffolk to find the nearest place in Suffolk to find a great day out with the kids. Tudor re-enactments, Horse riding schools, animal parks and more. Simply choose a location in Suffolk on our guide to What To Do in Suffolk to see the best things for kids to do nearby.

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The Lindsey Red Rose | Lindsey

Lindsey Red Rose, Suffolk

This fab Suffolk pub in Lindsey serves great food and is one of the best little gastro pub in the area. It is great for kids as it has a big play area with a massive sand pit, swings, slides and climbing frames, plus chickens and lambs and Alpaca’s for the kids to keep themselves…

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Suffolk Ski & Leisure Park | Ipswich

Tabogganing at the Suffolk Leisure Park, Ipswich

Skiing Did you know you can go skiing in Suffolk? The Suffolk Ski & Leisure Park on the outskirts of Ipswich has an outdoor (snowless) slope of 180 metres long with a contoured ‘red’ run and a more gentle ‘blue’ run as well as a junior slope of 40 metres, which can be used throughout…

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Walking in Suffolk

Countryside around Nayland, Suffolk

Suffolk┬áis great walking country with its tranquil landscapes and no fewer than two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s thought of as being a fairly flat county, but actually it’s gently undulating which makes for easy walking along the 3,500 miles of public footpaths. Walking is a popular leisure pursuit in Suffolk, and there are…

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Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm

Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm

Baylham House Farm is acres and acres of Suffolk farmland; owned by the Storer family, who are passionate about breeding traditional varieties of farm animals to protect them against the detrimental effect of commercial pressures on the industry The animals have a natural, stress-free habitat and great living conditions, which is so evident just wandering…

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Hollow Trees Farm

Hollow Trees Farm

The butchery at Hollow Trees Farm Shop in Semer near Hadleigh is now open seven days a week and butchers Simon and Anthony specialise in locally reared meat, some of which is from Hollow Trees Farm itself. The farm shop has a wide range of locally grown vegetables and fruit, local beers and fruit juices…

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