East Anglia Sights



Sutton Hoo Review

The visitor center at Sutton Hoo tells the story of one of Britain's most significant Anglo-Saxon archaeological sites. In 1938 a local archaeologist excavated a series of earth mounds and discovered a 7th-century burial ship, probably that of King Raedwald of East Anglia. A replica of the 90-foot-long ship stands in the visitor center, which has artifacts and displays about Anglo-Saxon society—although the best finds have been moved to the British Museum in London. Trails around the 245-acre site explore the area along the River Deben.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Off B1083, Woodbridge, IP12 3DJ
  • Phone: 01394/389700
  • Cost: £7.50
  • Hours: Mar.–Nov., daily 10:30–5; Nov.–Mar., weekends 11–4
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  • Location: Woodbridge
Updated: 06-10-2013

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