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Enjoy the arts and immerse yourself in culture while visiting the East of England

The East of England has a wide range of unique arts and cultural activity to suit all ages and interests with a number of renowned festivals and events throughout the year.

Festivals in Norfolk include the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, Britain’s first arts festival which began in 1772. There’s also the King’s Lynn Festival, Great Yarmouth’s Maritime Festival and Out There a riotous weekend of performing arts and circus skills.

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2nd Air Division Memorial Library
Norwich, Norfolk
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Woodbridge Museum
Woodbridge, Suffolk
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Woolpit and District Museum
Woolpit, Suffolk
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Wattisham Airfield Museum
Wattisham, Suffolk
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The Red Feather Club (95th BG)
Nr Eye, Suffolk
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The Amber Museum
Southwold, Suffolk
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The Aldeburgh Museum
Aldeburgh, Suffolk
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Southwold Museum
Southwold, Suffolk
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Sailors’ Reading Room
Southwold, Suffolk
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Ridgewell Airfield Commemorative Museum
Halstead, Essex
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Parham Airfield Museum
Parham, Suffolk
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Pykenham Gatehouse
Ipswich, Suffolk
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Orford Museum
Woodbridge, Suffolk
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Museum of East Anglian Life
Stowmarket, Suffolk
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Moyse’s Hall Museum
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
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Mechanical Music Museum and Bygones
Stowmarket, Suffolk
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