East of England

Visit East of England

Visit the East of England for royal estates, expansive wetlands, and a labyrinthine network of lakes and rivers. Home to many of England’s swanky coastal towns, African safari parks, and some of the most impressive country manor estates, there’s plenty to do in the East of England. Travel through England’s history with some of the country’s best preserved Roman remains, Normal motte-and-bailey castles, and Tudor keeps. For those who aren’t history buffs, there’s also relaxing spa breaks, live music festivals, diverse wildlife and great shopping trips to enjoy. There’s something for everyone in the East of England.

Explore East of England

Looking for places to visit in the East of England? With Sandringham House, Britain’s smallest pub, and The University of Cambridge there’s no shortage of things to do when you’re there.

Explore Cambridge


Visit Cambridge to see the world’s fourth oldest university. Hire a punt, look round the galleries and explore its 31 colleges, it’s impossible not to be captivated by the academic spirit.

Explore Cambridgeshire


Cambridgeshire has miles of lush, marshy fenland, cathedral towns, and medieval markets. It is home to one of England's most impressive cathedrals in Peterborough.

Explore Essex


Visit Essex to explore wild countryside, spot some of England’s most varied wildlife, and see masterfully preserved heritage. There’s something for everyone in this seaside county.

Explore Norfolk


Visit grand stately homes, English seaside resorts, diverse British wildlife, and a vast network of waterways. There are attractions for all the family in Norfolk.

Trips to Suffolk


Visit Suffolk to see swanky coastal towns, landscapes straight from Constable and Gainsborough, and the home of the old Kings of East Anglia. Suffolk is quintessentially English.

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