There is something for everyone to enjoy at Nowton Park on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds. Consisting of almost 200 acres of beautiful Suffolk countryside, landscaped in a Victorian style, nature lovers will be delighted to explore the grounds.
There are various walking routes around the park, from thirty minute strolls to one hour walks. Visitors will also be able to enjoy the 100,000 daffodils blooming beneath the trees on lime avenue during the spring time.
There are lots of activities to enjoy, from football pitches to a large childrenäó»s play area, picnic spot and visitor centre.
During your trip donäó»t forget to stop by Nowton Parkäó»s maze. From May to October you can explore the 2,500 hornbeam trees that make up the maze in the shape of a stylised oak tree. Youäó»ll know when you reach the centre as it has been marked with a fastigiate oak (with upright branches).
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.
April to October 8am to 9pm äóñ November to March 8am to 6pm