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Private Tour: Pilgrimage to Walsingham Tour from London
"At one time Walsingham was one of the most visited sites in Europe. The village has been considered a holy place for more than 1000 years dating to a time when the Virgin Mary reportedly appeared and instructed that a replica of the house of Jesus in the Holy Land be reconstructed here. Today it is more popular than it has been in centuries. You’ll visit the Roman Catholic shrine and adjoining chapels before exploring Walsingham village a beautiful and quiet place that’s home to a ruined abbey an Orthodox church the Anglican church and shrine as well and several shops that sell mementos such as incense and prayer beads. On this very leisurely and relaxed day
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45-Minute Shared Punting Tour in Cambridge
"Over a 45 minute period you will see 8 of the most famous Cambridge colleges from Darwin to Magdelene and 9 bridges from the Mathematical Bridge to the Bridge of Sighs.Your knowledgeable local guides are professional educated and promise to be a lot of fun while giving a detailed explanation of historical facts and exciting stories. While being punted along the river Cam you will have time to ask questions and take photos of the most famous architecture in Cambridge. then enjoy the tour!"""On this 45-minute shared punting tour in Cambridge you will see 8 of the most famous Cambridge colleges from Darwin to Magdelene and 9 bridges from the Mathematical Bridge to the Bridge of Sighs.title=Highlights&1=45-minute+punting+tour+in+Cambridge&2=Glide+down+the+River+Cam+on+a+traditional+punt&3=Cruise+past+landmarks+like+King%E2%80%99s+College%2C+the+Bridge+of+Sighs+and+the+Mathematical+Bridge&4=Have+a+go+at+pushing+and+steering+the+punt%21&""
From GBP12.00
 
Punting Tour in Cambridge
"Relax on a punt and hear about the foundations of the University and the city of Cambridge as you glide along on a traditional punt with an accredited guide. See and learn about the famed King's College Chapel the Bridge of Sighs the Mathematical Bridge and many other spectacular sights. This is a shared punting experience that is 45 minutes long with your own chauffeur and guide per a punt. Tickets must be used on a walk up basis with regular tours leaving from Mill Lane"""Enjoy a 45 minute shared punting tour of Cambridge this is a must do when visiting the city. See the sublime architecture and pristine gardens of one of the most beautiful stretches of river in the United Kingdom."title=Highlights&1=Ideal+choice+for+families&2=Romantic+experience%2C+perfect+for+couples&3=Great+overview+and+orientation+of+the+city&4=Once-in-a-Lifetime+Experience&5=Perfect+introduction+for+first-time+visitors&6=Travel+by+boat+and+see+the+sights+from+
From GBP16.00

More Things to Do in Woodbridge

Visit Sutton Hoo

The National Trust now own this important archaeological site. As a consequence it is very well regulated and laid out with an excellent museum and guided tours ( which are at extra cost).There are...
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MikeBird
Sep 20, 2013

Buttrum's Mill

This windmill was built in 1836, and is believed to have been a wedding gift to Pierce Trott. It was later bought by the Buttrum family, who operated it until 1928. It was designed by John Whitmore,...
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Tom_Fields
Apr 04, 2011

Feed the ducks and swans on the River Deben

There is a terrific riverside walk starting from the train station. At first it takes you past all of the small boats and the sailing club and there is an opportunity to feed the ducks and swans. We...
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MikeBird
Nov 02, 2008

Take a boat ride on Regardless

In the October school half term week the boat was doing a brisk trade with two trips round the Havergate Island a day. Apparently though it normally only runs the one hour trip on a daily basis...
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MikeBird
Oct 31, 2008

Visit Orford castle

If you choose to visit the castle in Winter time it's best not to go on a Tuesday or Wednesday because it is closed. We were there on a Tuesday. We still got to walk around the base of the castle keep...
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MikeBird
Oct 31, 2008

Take a walk along the pebbly beach

It's only a mile or two from Aldeburgh to Thorpeness and it's nice to stroll along the beach hearing the waves breaking and water rushing back over the pebbles.Other hardy souls set up their little...
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MikeBird
Oct 31, 2008
 
 
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Sutton Hoo - Shop and Cafe

As at all National Trust properties, there is a shop selling all sorts of things, from books to postcards - so nothing different here. But do have a browse through the leaflets available about other...
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alucas
Jan 21, 2007

Sutton Hoo - the Visitor Centre

The visitor centre was built in 2001. One building contains the ever-present National Trust shop, offices and the all-important café, whilst the other building is the exhibition hall.The exhibition...
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alucas
Jan 21, 2007

Sutton Hoo - Burial Ground of Kings

Sutton Hoo is an estate of 254 acres on a ridge overlooking the River Deben, just south of Woodbridge. Within the grounds lies the burial ground - the final resting places of two Saxon kings and...
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alucas
Jan 21, 2007

Walk along the river

For a nice peaceful walk, head for the small train station at Woodbridge, either go across the track if safe to do so, or go over the bridge and you can see the Mill to your left, and boats, boats,...
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joanj
Sep 24, 2005

Sutton Hoo - The Famous Anglo Saxon Burial Site

Sutton Hoo, the site of the famous archeological discoveries of Anglo-Saxon treasure, is nearby Woodbridge, and administered by The National Trust. While the most spectacular of the artifacts have (of...
comagirl
May 19, 2005

The Shire Hall

Built by Thomas Seckford in 1575, this is a classic Tudor-style building. It's the centre of the town, standing on Market Hill.
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Tom_Fields
Apr 04, 2011

Take a walk along the River Deben

The River Deben links Woodbridge to the sea. Strolling along its banks, one can get a good look at the local fishing and pleasure boats, and enjoy views of the town.
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Tom_Fields
Dec 28, 2005

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"Woodbridge, Suffolk"
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"Woodbridge: An East Anglia Fishing Town"
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