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Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and surrounding area

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History & Heritage

Framlingham Castle

This magnificent 12th century fortress has a long and exciting history which makes for a captivating day out in Suffolk.
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Helmingham Hall Gardens

Helmingham Hall

Helmingham Hall is famous for its Grade 1 listed gardens, redesigned by Lady Tollemache and set in 400 acres of beautiful Suffolk countryside.
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Sutton Hoo

Sutton Hoo

Sutton Hoo is home to one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time, and a must-do when visiting the area.
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Long Shop Museum

Long Shop Museum

Located at the heart of the original Leiston Works, the Long Shop Museum tells an inspiring story of enterprise and endeavour in this small Suffolk town and its remarkable factory.
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Museum of East Anglian Life

Immerse yourself in the agricultural history of East Anglia at one of the country’s leading open air museums, occupying a site of over 70 acres of land with over 40,000 objects in its collection.
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Otley Hall

Otley Hall

Otley Hall is a magnificent grade 1 listed Tudor Hall set in 10 acres of beautiful gardens, available for tours, weddings and other events.
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Britten Trail

The Britten Trail was created to celebrate the life of acclaimed composer Benjamin Britten, created by the community of which he was such a prominent part.
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The Red House

Situated off a secluded leafy lane in Aldeburgh you can discover the place where Britten lived and worked.
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Aldeburgh Moot Hall Museum

A fantastic museum in one of Aldeburgh's most important buildings, the Moot Hall.
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Orford Castle

Discover the stunning yet unique Orford Castle which is situated in the quaint Village of Orford, about 11 miles from Aldeburgh (24 minutes drive).
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Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station

The RNLI operated lifeboat station can found on the seafront of Aldeburgh, and holds open days on a selection of dates.
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Leiston Abbey

The breath taking ruins of Leiston Abbey are a short 13 minutes drive from Aldeburgh and is a must see for visitors of the county.
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Woodbridge Tide Mill

Woodbridge is home to one of the last ever working tide mills in the UK with milling still operating on regular occasions which can be seen by the public.
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Martello Tower

Experience a piece of history with Aldeburgh’s Martello Tower which was built between 1804-1812 in an attempt to defend against the French revolutionary war.
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