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Bringing alive the story of Bury

Your visit to Bury St Edmunds wouldn’t be complete without a guided tour of our historic town.

And who better to show you round than the Bury St Edmunds Registered Tour Guides, a highly-trained team who have earned the right to wear the coveted Blue Badge or Green Badge symbols of tour guiding excellence.

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“Fabulous tour today. Our guide was so knowledgeable and we felt very lucky to be guided around Bury and at short notice. We felt very safe and all COVID guidelines were implemented. Great value for money too.”

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“It was a real joy to spend 90 minutes getting to know more about the town where we live. He really knew his stuff and shared it in an interesting and entertaining way. We would highly recommend it”

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“Really fascinating tour and our guide was very knowledgeable and kept my interest as well as my 9 year old son’s. I have lived within 20 miles of Bury my whole life and also work there but still learnt a great deal.”

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“Thoroughly enjoyed the tour so much more interesting than reading off plaques and books. The guide was very knowledgeable and entertaining.”

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Vulcan’s Cave, Cannon Street
Vulcan’s Cave, Cannon Street

At the bottom of Cannon Street stands Vulcan’s Cave, bearing the indications that it might once have been an...

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Welcome to our new website!
Welcome to our new website!

We are delighted to launch our new website, designed and built for us by...

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Suspension of our tours
Suspension of our tours

In the light of current Covid-19 restrictions, we regret to announce that our tours...

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Suffolk Day

Suffolk Day is the annual celebration of all things Suffolk, and everything the county has to offer. It’s a county-wide party to recognise our great icons, attractions, landscapes, institutions, special events and more. The annual festivities take place around the longest day of the year, when the sun rises on our east coast and shines upon the many wonderful things we have.Bury St Edmunds has always been at the heart of Suffolk’s history and heritage, and we celebrate this every year with our special Suffolk Day tours. Due to Covid-19, we celebrated Suffolk Day differently in 2020 by making this special video taster tour of Bury, telling the story of St Edmund, the once mighty Benedictine Abbey, the town that grew up around it and the creation of today’s Cathedral.

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