The Henry VI Tapestry
At the far end of the North aisle in St Edmundsbury Cathedral, a set...Read more
Tourism Minister takes a guided tour of the abbey
We were delighted to welcome the Tourism Minister, Nigel Huddleston MP, on a tour...Read more
Our Ghostly and Macabre Tours are back!
Join our Ghostly and Macabre Tours to explore the darker side of Bury St...Read more
Heritage Open Days 2021
Heritage Open Days 2021 is England’s biggest festival of history and culture. Every September...Read more
James Stiff, noted English potter
Born in 1808 at Rougham, James Stiff was the son of Robert Stiff, a...Read more
The Smiling Angels of St. Mary’s Church or Can you spot the Spider?
No visit to Bury St Edmunds would be truly complete without exploring the beautiful...Read more
Performing Camels in the Abbey Gardens
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: Extraordinary Announcement – MACARTE’S CIRQUE IMPERIAL, Accompanied by a Troupe...Read more
Pill boxes: defending Bury in World War II
Photo: Pill box, near Sicklesmere Road Pill boxes are a visible reminder of Bury’s...Read more
Our tours restart on 12 April!
We are delighted to announce that our tours will restart on 12 April. Our...Read more
Vulcan’s Cave, Cannon Street
At the bottom of Cannon Street stands Vulcan’s Cave, bearing the indications that it...Read more