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Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge
Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Museums, Tourist Spots
A site of major archaeological significance for studying the early Anglo-Saxon people, Sutton Hoo is the supposed burial site of Redwald, ruler of the East Angles and the king who led the English people to Christianity. Many of the valuable artifacts found at the site are now on display at the British Museum, but the visitor's center includes a restored Edwardian house and an exhibit hall that holds a selection of recently discovered artifacts, as well as a recreation of the famous burial ship where the remains of a high-ranking man found intact. Read about these remains, the possible great king Redwald, and interact with displays where the items buried with him are showcased. Plan to see Sutton Hoo and other attractions that appeal to you using our Woodbridge vacation builder.
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Extremely interesting and very well set out - the whole of the experience is very informative. The setting is picturesque and the cafe is very welcoming after walking around looking at the features. S... read more »
Different to most National Trust sites you visit, as more about the history of the Anglo-Saxon kings and their deaths and burials than the house on the site. Definitely worth doing the walk with the g... read more »
Spent an afternoon visiting all aspects of this attraction. Plenty of room in the carpark to start off with. Museum area was brilliant and informative. Walked around the grounds and burial mounds to g... read more »
So very interesting and steeped in history, so much to see and lovely walks to go on, miss prettys house is just beautiful and very homely , love visiting Sutton hop. Great day out.
Friendly staff, fascinating exhibits and interactives. Cool old house with piano player. Stunning views and walks. Tasty, fresh cooked food in the café.
Unique ancient site with a great exhibit of the treasures uncovered here. The cafe facilities are also great and it's one of the cheaper National Trust properties for non members
Amazing Archeological site. Well done for the work done displaying this great find
Had a lovely day in wonderful nature and got more knowledgeable about the mixing of cultures before the viking's made a mash of it. Though it is not the biggest place it is perfect for a field day or family day. The house of Mrs. Pretty was also a joyful experience brought to life by the staff.
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