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Ghostly and macabre walks
Where: Bury St Edmunds
Join the Bury St Edmunds Tour Guides to see some of the more bizarre and macabre corners of Bury St Edmunds and the Great Churchyard. Want to hear tales of ghostly apparitions, spectres and monks? Want to be chilled to the core in a light-hearted way under the safe protection of your expert Guardian Guide? Suitable for children aged 14+
Lavenham Guides Tours
When: tours are every Wednesday at 2pm, Saturday at 2pm, Sunday at 11am, bank holidays at 2pm.
Tickets: Adults £4. (cash only)
Learn about the medieval cloth trade, see the former cloth Merchants’ houses and hear how the village survived almost 200 years of neglect and poverty. The Blue and Green badge tour guides will take you on an information packed walk around the village of Lavenham.
The Lavenham Tour Guides can show you where Jane and Ann Taylor lived, the authors of ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’, where John Constable went to school and the building used for ‘Godric’s Hollow’ in ‘Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows’ (Part 2).
The International Garden Photographer of the Year Exhibition
Where: Ickworth, National Trust
When: open daily
Showcasing over 40 brand new images from all over the world celebrating the world of plants, this prestigious exhibition can be found nestled into our Albana Wood and is available to view daily.
Meet the horses in the Rothschild Yard
Where: National Horse Racing Museum, Newmarket
When: open daily
At the National Horse Racing Museum, one of their biggest attractions is their majestic live racehorses. Visitors can meet and greet the horses.
Sci-fi and action exhibition
Where: Moyse’s Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds
From: open daily
The 12th Annual Sci-Fi and Action Exhibition Moyse’s Hall strikes back with an intergalactic exhibition for all ages. Screen used props, artwork, studio replicas and meet an iconic 80s puppet-baddie.
More information about the events can be found at www.visit-burystedmunds.co.uk/whats-on