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About Suffolk

The county of Suffolk lies in the East of England and covers some 1500 square miles. Ipswich, the county town is home to The Ipswich Transport Museum which boasts the largest collection of transport items in Britain devoted to just one town. Close to the centre of Ipswich you will find 'Christchurch Mansion' an outstanding 16th century Manor house set in an historic 100 acre park, which first opened as a free museum in 1896. Suffolk's other main towns include Felixstowe, a pretty seaside resort, Lowestoft, a popular holiday destination and the most easterly town in the United Kingdom and Newmarket,
famous for its Race Meetings.
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See below for all the best towns & attractions in Suffolk, or see a selection of our Suffolk photographs on our picture tour of Suffolk..

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Brook Cottage, Kedington, Suffolk

Kedington

The Stour Valley footpath leads into Kedington which has several eye catching focal points, including a pretty arched bridge spanning the river and a lovely 18th-century watermill...

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The Clock Tower, Newmarket, Suffolk

Newmarket

You can hardly drive through this handsome town without seeing some reminder that the history of the town..

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Sizewell Beach, Suffolk - October 2005

Sizewell

In latter day history Sizewell is perhaps best known for the huge nuclear power stations built here in the 1960's...

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Cottage on River Alde at Snape, Suffolk.

Snape

Snape is not simply unique for its beautiful location at the head of the River Alde, it is also unique as a village with an international reputation for music...

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The Alfred Cory Museum.

Southwold

The beach here is of sand and shingle, it is safe for swimming except around the harbour entrance. The restored pier is a great attraction with an amusement arcade at the shore end...

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Alms Houses

Thorpeness

Thorpeness's quaint village sign gives the visitor some hint of the surprises to come, it depicts the House in the Clouds and Windmill, for which the village is most noted...

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Village sign

Wickham Market

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'Pretty in Pink' Woolpit, Suffolk

Woolpit

Woolpit has a pleasant medieval village centre around which are spread a variety of pretty cottages and attractive houses...

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Recommended attractions in Suffolk

The Ipswich museum, May 2010

Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich

This stunning red brick Elizabethan house was built in 1548 for a wealthy merchant with cultural leanings, therefore it is.....

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Framlingham Castle, Suffolk

Framlingham Castle

On reaching the curve of Market Hill a quaint, colourful sign proclaims to the visitor that you have arrived in the pretty market.....

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A picture of Leiston Abbey

Leiston Abbey

These are the evocative remains of an abbey founded when the order of the land was God first, followed by King and country. The.....

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Lowestoft Museum

Lowestoft Museum

This pleasurable museum can be found located in Broad House, a delightful castellated building situated in Nicholas Everitt.....

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Orford Castle, Suffolk

Orford Castle

Orford Castle stands guard over the coast from a high vantage position above the River Alde. It was built by Henry II in the.....

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Bury St Edmunds - The beautiful Abbey Gardens and St Edmundsbury Cathedral

St Edmundsbury Cathedral

Started in 1503, and now complete after over 500 years (2005) with the addition of a central tower...

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