Explore the great outdoors – our top tips for places to visit in Suffolk and things to do outdoors

Suffolk and Cambridgeshire are bursting with fantastic walks, historic towns and endless cycle ways.

From the woodland trails at Ickworth House & Spa and the rugged coastal walks in Norfolk and Suffolk to the snowdrop filled gardens of Anglesey Abbey, there’s plenty to explore.

And, for the wildlife lover we recommend a visit to Wicken Fen Nature Reserve

Spending time in nature is proven to boost our mood and improve our health & fitness – plus it’s a great way to discover more about the people and places you live near.

Outdoor activities for families in Suffolk

There are plenty of fun places to visit and activities for families in and around Suffolk. You could try den-building at Wandlebury Woods, or spend a day with the newborn lambs at Wimpole Home Farm.

Explore the family-friendly cycling trails at Grafham Water or seek adventure in the tree-top playground at High Lodge, Thetford Forest.

Outdoor activities for Grown-Ups in Suffolk

Are you looking for outdoor places to visit in Suffolk?  We highly recommend a trip to the Suffolk coast. With its breathtakingly beautiful views, blustery coastal walks, long beaches and fantastic British pubs, you will never want to leave.

If it’s stunning garden walks you are looking for then a day spent strolling through the famous Anglesey Abbey Gardens and Lode Mill is a must.  Or discover the history behind The Medieval City of Bury St Edmunds.

A visit to Newmarket is not complete without a tour of Newmarket’s National Stud and The Gallops.  From February to October you can take the 90-minute bus tour of Newmarket, the home of Horse Racing.

Visit the stables, see the jockeys and horses up close and take in the breathtakingly sights of the Thoroughbreds training on The Gallops.

If you are looking for outdoor activities and places to visit in Suffolk, there are plenty to chose from.  Just ask a member of the Whatley Lane Estate Agents team for their recommendations.