Quality Hotel Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds, EN IP32 7DZ
Phone: (44) 1284 760-884
Fax: (44) 1284 755-476
Symonds Road, Bury St Edmunds, EN, GB, IP32 7DZ
- Phone: (44) 1284 760-884
- Fax: (44) 1284 755-476
Arts & Museums
The Moyse's Hall Museum is a collection house that draws a picture of the past. The museum displays relics and artifacts from pre-historic and medieval times. Some of the interesting ones being hair of Mary Tudor and the flint-lock alarm clock. There are a number of events held here on a regular basis as well. It also has some novelty art pieces like Mary Beale’s works. Check the website for details.
The West Stow Anglo - Saxon Village is a village that has been recreated to show the people what it was like to live at West Stow back in the days of yonder. The West Stow Anglo - Saxon Village houses archaeological findings that date as far back as the Stone Age, Bronze Age and the Iron Age. Some of the findings include over six thousand pieces of Bronze, the Isleham Hoard, swords, arrows, axes and more. The West Stow Anglo - Saxon Village will is a unique place to visit at it will open your eyes to what it was like living in an era that is ling forgotten. To know more about the venue, do visit their website.
Ancient House is indeed an ancient Tudor property, which belonged to a wealthy merchant. This crooked and strange house, is a big hit with the amused kids who enjoy themselves taking in the exhibits, films, photographs, fine art, animation and over 7000 collections which include costumes, armory, archeological artifacts and more.
The National Horse racing Museum recounts the story of the Sport of Kings and hands-on exhibits include a Horse Simulator for budding jockeys and racing karaoke. Other displays celebrate the lives of both two- and four-legged racing personalities, among them Lester Piggott, Willie Carson and Red Rum. Recent temporary exhibitions have examined racing frauds, artwork and the unique bond between horses and humans over the centuries. The museum also runs a program of specialist visits to private studs, horse sanctuaries and other equine sites. A shop and cafe are also available.