Suffolk is home to more than 60 museums!
Suffolk’s museums are housed in some fascinating places too. They reside in castles, cottages, in moot halls, wartime airfields, in a Victorian engineering works and at a railway station. They are also home to stunning outdoor spaces, including walled gardens, country parks, courtyards and meadowlands.
Opening hours vary and it is always advisable to check for individual museum's details when planning a visit.Visit Website
Other things to do nearby
Easter Steam Up & Bunny Hunt at the Mid-Suffolk Railway
This will be the first big weekend of the 2024 season at The Middy, Suffolk’s only standard gauge preserved railway.View event
Middy in the 1940s at the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway
Middy in the 1940s brings history alive and makes a great day out for families and enthusiasts alike – an exhibition of how it was in those extraordinary end of war days. Including, of course, steam train rides in veteran Great Eastern Railway 4-wheel coaches.View event
James Gillray: Characters in Caricature at Gainsborough’s House
James Gillray (1756–1815) was Georgian Britain’s funniest, most inventive and most celebrated graphic satirist.View event
Top 5 places in the UK to birdwatch
The UK is home to some fantastically colourful, elusive and rare species. To celebrate their numerous species, we have put together a list of top 5 places in the UK to birdwatch.