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About the county of SuffolkThe 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.
See our recommended Suffolk towns and villages below, along with our listed Suffolk attractions, and Suffolk hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Suffolk
The village is surrounded by rolling countryside through which there are delightful walks...
This delightful village has all the charm of a picture postcard. Almost overlooking the main village street and the village pond is the beautiful church dedicated to St. Mary which has the only medieval stone spire in Suffolk...
Woolpit has a pleasant medieval village centre around which are spread a variety of pretty cottages and attractive houses...All Suffolk towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Suffolk
Benacre National Nature Reserve contains over 100 species of breeding birds, such as the marsh harrier, bearded reedling, water.....
Standing on the River Stour beneath the wonderful open Suffolk sky, Flatford Mill, one of the 18th century water-mills owned by.....
Somerleyton Hall, a splendid Victorian residence of palatial proportions was the creation of Sir Morgan Peto, a clever.....All Suffolk AttractionsCastles in SuffolkSuffolk Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
The Church of St Martin's in Canterbury was the private chapel of Queen Bertha of Kent, whose influence led to the introduction of Christianity to Anglo-Saxon England. Queen Bertha was canonized as a saint for her part in its establishment.
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