Sights & Attractions in East Anglia

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Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Angel Hill
A walk here is a journey through the history of Bury St. Edmunds...
Neighborhoods / Streets Bury St. Edmunds
 
Angel Hotel
This splendid lodging is the scene of Sam Weller's meeting with...
Hotels Bury St. Edmunds
 
Cambridge University Botanic Gardens
Opened in 1846, these 40 acres contain rare specimens like the...
Gardens / Arboretums Cambridge
 
Elm Hill
Off Tombland, this neighborhood is a cobbled and pleasing mixture...
Neighborhoods / Streets Norwich
 
Grantchester
This little village 2 miles up the river is a delightful walk...
Towns Cambridge
 
Ickworth House
The creation of the eccentric Frederick Hervey, fourth earl of...
Houses / Mansions Bury St. Edmunds
 
Kettle's Yard
Originally a private house owned by a former curator of London's...
Museums / Galleries Cambridge
 
Moyse's Hall Museum
This 12th-century building, probably the oldest extant building...
Museums / Galleries, Houses / Mansions Bury St. Edmunds
 
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
The university maintains some fine museums in its research halls...
Museums / Galleries Cambridge
 
St. Mary's Church
Built in the 15th century, St. Mary's has a blue-and-gold embossed...
Religious Sites Bury St. Edmunds
 
St. Peter Mancroft
The elaborate church tower of 15th-century St. Peter Mancroft...
Religious Sites Norwich
 
Tombland
Narrow lanes and alleys that used to be the main streets of medieval...
Neighborhoods / Streets Norwich
 
Trinity Hall
Not one of the university's standout buildings, Trinity Hall...
Educational Institutions Cambridge
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