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Visitor attractions in Suffolk. Suffolk has many attractions and places which should not be missed when in this county. From the fantastic war museum Duxford, to the brilliant Tudor re-enactments at Kentwell Hall in Long Melford. So to find the best places to visit in Suffolk near your location, use our What To Do in Suffolk guide to see the list in order of their distance from you.

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Discover Newmarket

Horseracing in Newmarket, Suffolk

If you love horseracing, then a visit to Newmarket must be at the top of your list of things to do during your stay in Suffolk. The town lies to the far west of the county and is known as the ‘home of horseracing’.  It has the largest centre for breeding world class thoroughbred race…

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Suffolk Open Studios

Glasswork by Gay Hutchings, Suffolk Open Studios

Calling all art lovers! Across Suffolk during weekends in June, artists will be opening their studios as part of the Suffolk Open Studios initiative. Members of the public are able to visit the studios, talk to the artists about their process and perhaps even watch a demonstration of their craft. Around 130 studios are usually…

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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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Hunting for Treasures in Clare

There is plenty to see in this vibrant wool town in the upper Stour valley. Clare Country Park is great for walking along the River Stour, feeding the ducks and clambering 70ft up to the 13th century ruins of Clare Castle; there is a walk along the disused railway line and you can visit the…

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An Artist’s Residence

The Munnings Art Museum on the outskirts of the pretty village of Dedham on the Suffolk/Essex border, houses over 700 oil paintings and watercolours by Sir Alfred Munnings, England’s finest and best known equine artist. Based at his home until his death in 1959, it welcomes over 7,000 visitors and is quite possibly the friendliest…

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