East Anglia Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in East Anglia - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Cambridge 23

Norwich 10

Bury St. Edmunds 9

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Lincoln 4

Lavenham 3

Long Melford 3

Aldeburgh 3

Dedham 3

Wells-next-the-Sea 3

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Woodbridge 2

King's Lynn 2

Ely 2

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Colchester Castle Museum

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The fortress built by William the Conqueror between 1076 and 1125, reusing brick and tiles from the ruins of the Roman town, is today...

Dutch Quarter

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The narrow medieval streets behind the Town Hall, off High Street, have several half-timber Tudor buildings. It's called the Dutch Quarter...

Hollytrees Museum

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This excellent museum, in a Georgian mansion near the castle, tells the story of the daily lives of local people. There are chances to...

Roman Walls

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Colchester was important enough for the Romans to surround it with massive fortifications. The Roman Walls, dating largely from the reign...

Roman amphitheater

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Near the castle, the remains of a 3,000-seat Roman amphitheater are visible. The curve of the foundations is outlined in the paving stones...