Sights & Attractions in East Anglia

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

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