The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds was built in 1819; this beautifully restored Regency theatre is Grade 1 listed, and is the only theatre to be owned by the National Trust.
Pea Porridge is independently owned and has been open since 2009. This award winning restaurant is run by a couple who are passionate about food and drink, as you would hope! Offering an exceptional wine selection, delicious seasonal produce, and a laid back atmosphere.
The 14 acre Abbey Gardens are situated on the site of the former Benedicte Abbey; once one of the wealthiest and most powerful monasteries in England. The abbey was home to the shrine of St Edmund which became a place of pilgrimage, visited by people from all over England, including royalty!
Wyken is a 1200-acre farm that was once occupied by Romans, with a 7-acre vineyard producing award-winning wines. On site they host weekly farmers markets, a shop, gardens, vineyard walks, and a restaurant and cafe.