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With the East of England attracting nearly 2.5 million visitors every year, it’s no surprise that families make up a huge proportion of the visitor numbers. And they’re not just flocking to the award-winning beaches and attractions, the East is also a big draw for culture-vultures of all ages.

The spring and summer months see numerous family-friendly festivals, while the region’s art galleries, performance spaces and museums offer year-round programmes of sleeves-up, hands-on activities.

Norwich Theatre Royal
Norwich, Norfolk
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Woodbridge Tide Mill Museum
Woodbridge, Suffolk
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Seagull Theatre
Suffolk, NR33 0JH
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The Forum
Norwich, Norfolk
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University of East Anglia
Norwich Research Park, Norwich
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The Spa Pavilion Theatre
Felixstowe, Suffolk
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Ipswich Regent Theatre
3 St Helens Street, Ipswich
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Norfolk & Norwich Festival
Norwich
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National Centre for Writing
Norwich, Norfolk
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Strangers Hall Museum
Norwich, Norfolk
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The Amber Museum
Southwold, Suffolk
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Southwold Museum
Southwold, 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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Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum
Wetheringsett, Suffolk
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Long Shop Museum
Leiston, Suffolk
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