The Suffolk Coast

Summer Solstice Talk and Walk National Trust - Sutton Hoo

Explore what Summer Solstice meant to the Anglo-Saxon people.

Booking essential - online or via phone

Start the evening with an informative talk from Dr Sam Newton about the significance of Summer Solstice in Anglo-Saxon East Anglia.

End your visit with a leisurely stroll over to the Royal Burial Ground to see the sun set on the longest day of the year.

This event is not suitable for children. Assistance dogs are welcome. Meeting point - Meet outside reception to have your tickets checked.

Time - 7.15pm - 9.30pm

What to bring and wear - Sturdy shoes and appropriate outdoor clothing.

Wheelchair accessible but please book trampers in advance

Event name:
Summer Solstice Talk and Walk National Trust - Sutton Hoo
Price:
£8.00 per person
Contact:
phone: 0344 2491895
Opening Hours:
One off