Clarice House

Horringer Road, Horringer Court, Bury St. Edmunds, IP29 5PH, United Kingdom
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Bury St. Edmunds railway stationBury St. Edmunds railway station

Bundary stoneBundary stone

...during your walk through Bury's city center...during your walk through Bury's city center

Coats of arms of the famous baronsCoats of arms of the famous barons

Travel Tips for Bury Saint Edmunds

Quaint streets

by joanj

Some of the streets in Bury are small, cobbled, with interesting little shops. Of course there are some High Street shops, but I like to wander back streets and seek out those little specialist shops.

If you go to Bury, seek out the streets off the main pedestrian walkway

Picture 3 shows the end of one of the pedestrian streets which leads onto a square - very near the Angel Hotel, and shows across the road is the entrance to the Abbey Gate and Abbey Gardens.


Guided City walks

by Airpunk

Guided city walks are offered from the tourist information office which is located next to the town council and right in front of the abbey gardens (close to the Abbey Gatehouse). They usually take place in the early afternoon once a day, but it is recommended to inform right beforehand as chances are that there are time changes or it is cancelled altogether. You'll have to contact the tourist information anyway as they are the only place which sells the ticket for the tour (exception: When office is closed, you may pay the guide directly). The tour lasts around 90 minutes and was excellently prepared. Michael Dean, our guide, has the unique qualities which is typical for tourists guides in Britain, but rarely found elsewhere: Conveying historical information while adding an appropriate amount of humour and caring for the individual needs of the different participants. Some things overlap with the cathedral tour (see respective tip), but most was new to me. I especially enjoyed the idea of showing us pictures from the past (usually early 19th century artist's impressions) and making us find the differences. In a place like Bury St. Edmunds, where attractions are not abundant or obvious, an enjoying tour which points out details you'll most likely not discover on your own, can make the difference. If you stay in Bury until late, look out for the ghost walk which is organised by the same guys in a similar way.

A very impressive cathedral

by christine.j

Last year, in 2005, I was able to spend a few hours in Bury St Edmunds and had liked it very much. This year, when I was searching for affordable accomodation in Cambridge - unsuccessfully - I decided to go to Bury St Edmunds instead. This gave me the chance to spend more time in this pretty little town, and it's only about 45 minutes by train to Cambridge.


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Address: Horringer Road, Horringer Court, Bury St. Edmunds, IP29 5PH, United Kingdom