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With a rich recorded history spanning back millennia, the East of England enjoys no shortage of historical attractions and museums.

From Norwich Castle, built as a Norman royal palace 900 years ago, to the Ipswich Museum and adjacent art gallery – respectively known for their Egyptian, Roman and Anglo-Saxon artefacts, and exhibitions of fine art and popular culture – the East offers a bounty for history buffs.

Museum of East Anglian Life
Stowmarket, Suffolk
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Mechanical Music Museum and Bygones
Stowmarket, Suffolk
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Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum
Wetheringsett, Suffolk
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The Aldeburgh Museum
Aldeburgh, Suffolk
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The Red House
Aldeburgh, Suffolk
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Long Shop Museum
Leiston, Suffolk
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Dunwich Museum
Dunwich, Suffolk
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The Amber Museum
Southwold, Suffolk
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Sailors’ Reading Room
Southwold, Suffolk
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Southwold Museum
Southwold, Suffolk
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Alfred Corry Museum
Southwold, Suffolk
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Halesworth & District Museum
Halesworth, Suffolk
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The Red Feather Club (95th BG)
Nr Eye, Suffolk
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Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life
Thetford, Norfolk
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West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
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Ipswich Transport Museum
Ipswich, Suffolk
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