Long Shop Museum - Located at the heart of the original Richard Garrett and Sons Town Works in Leiston, The Long Shop museum tells an inspiring story of enterprise and endeavor through its stunning collections, hands-on displays and the remarkable family behind the factory.
Landguard Fort - Landguard Fort in Felixstowe has played a key strategic part in the defence of the British Isles since the 1500s. It is also the site of the last opposed seaborne invasion of England in 1667, and the first land battle of the Royal Marines.
Felixstowe Museum - Bringing alive the military and social history of this seaside town with fourteen different galleries and collections including mammoth tusks, Roman pottery, Medieval coins and cannon balls and you can learn about the ancient inhabitants of this region.
East Anglia Transport Museum - The only museum in East Anglia where you can ride on working trams, trolley buses and narrow gauge railway! Explore the exhibition halls, period street scenes and 'Tar, Sweat and Steam building'.
Angels & Pinnacles - Spend a day or so visiting Suffolk's magnificent medieval churches including Blythburgh, the ‘Cathedral of the Marshes’ and Orford St Bartholomew – the church that Benjamin Britten loved - with its powerful sculpture by Lilian Yauner marking the 50th anniversary of the Aldeburgh Festival.
Ipswich Museums - three historical venues in Ipswich; Ipswich Museum - a fascinating Victorian museum; Christchurch Mansion - a magnificent Tudor building; and Ipswich Art Gallery - a unique contemporary gallery.
Suffolk Museums - There are more than 50 museums in Suffolk. Each one is unique, and they are all packed with fascinating stories and objects, housed in castles and cottages; in moot halls and on wartime airfields; in a Victorian engineering works and at a railway station.
For a full list of historical attractions on The Suffolk Coast, click here!