Tourist Attractions

St Albans Museums
The Museum of St Albans, and the Verulamium Museum, the museum of everyday life in Roman Britain.
Flag Fen
Flag Fen, Britain's Bronze Age Centre near Peterborough, offers a unique archaeological experience with Bronze Age landscape, reconstructed roundhouses and archaeological work in progress during the summer months.
Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery
Discover the Heritage of Peterborough from the fossils of marine 'dinosaurs' to the development of the modern city.
Burghley House
An Elizabethan House built by William Cecil and ancestral home of the Marquess of Exeter, near Stamford in Lincolnshire. Extensive parkland (laid out by Capability Brown), sculpture garden and art collection.
The Stained Glass Museum
A national collection of British stained glass in Ely Cathedral, displaying the beauty and history of an art-form that has been practised in Britain for at least thirteen hundred years.
Suffolk Tourist Guide
Links to many top attractions in Suffolk, including stately homes, museums and Sutton Hoo. Accommodation, events and lots more.
Theatre Royal
The last working Regency playhouse in Britain, with a full and varied programme of events.
Smiths Row
A contemporary art gallery and craft shop in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Particular interest in challenging traditional boundaries between the fine arts, crafts and design.
Norfolk and Norwich festival
The international arts festival for the East of England programming a world-class festival of music, theatre, circus, dance, visual arts, children's events and free outdoor-spectaculars for 16 days each May.
The Norfolk Coast
An introduction to the Norfolk coast, countryside and the Norfolk Broads. Accommodation, events, photo galleries and information.
The Suffolk Coast
An introduction to the Suffolk coast and countryside. Accommodation, events, photo galleries and information.
Norfolk & Norwich World Family
Linking up all the different places named Norfolk or Norwich around the globe.
The Forum
Tourism and library centre of Norwich. Find all your information about Norwich here.
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
The Sainsbury Family's superb collection of Art housed in a building by Architect Norman Foster.
Norwich Puppet Theatre
Medieval church of St James in the heart of Norwich that stages professional puppet theatre.
Norwich Theatre Royal
Norwich Theatre Royal is a 1300 seat Art Deco theatre presenting a high quality mix of comedy, drama, music, dance, opera, musicals and family shows all year round.
The Maddermarket Theatre
Runs a programme by top British and European playwrights, professionally created and staged by and for community members from across the region.
RHS Gardens, Hyde Hall
24 acres of garden tended by the Royal Horticultural Society, containing the National Collection of Viburnum and many other plants, with frequent events organised.
Chelmsford Museum
Displays, exhibitions and events and the story of Chelmsford from the Ice Age, through Roman times, up until now. All this set in a Victorian mansion in Oaklands Park.
Hylands House, Writtle
Hylands House, a beautiful listed building surrounded by woodland, grassland, lakes, ponds and gardens is open to the public, and runs a full programme of events throughout the year.
St. Peter's Chapel, Bradwell-on-Sea
Founded by the Celtic missionary St Cedd, this remote and peaceful 7th century chapel by the sea is a place of pilgrimage, and the earliest in the country of which so much remains.


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