Lavenham is famed for its wealth of surviving timber-framed buildings, which make it one of the best-preserved medieval villages in England.Offers excellent birdwatching opportunities & is a Wetland of International Importance.As well as just coming to play, we are the ideal venue for parties. With a wide choice of parties to suit your requirements.Travelling in England, Scotland, or Wales? We've been there - and if we haven't been there yet, it's on our list!Gainsborough's House, the only artist's birthplace open to the public in Britain, was established as a museum in 1961.Great for families, organised wildlife groups, school parties and walkers.
|Chappel & Wakes Colne Station Station Road Colchester CO6 2DSwww.earm.co.ukTel: 01206 242524Category: MuseumsBased just outside Colchester, Essex, we are a Working Museum dedicated to preserving the history of railways in the Eastern Counties.One of the finest Zoos in Europe with over 250 species to see, set in 60 acres of beautiful parkland and lakes, Colchester Zoo is well worth a visit. Trinity Street Colchester CO1 1JNTel: 01206 579601Category: Museums
We provide a range of tours and events which bring to life the long and fascinating history of Colchester in a friendly and accessible way.A visit to Colchester Castle Museum takes you through 2000 years of some of the most important events in British history.4-6th June 2010 10am- 6pm
Gardens open, Art Exhibition, Antiques valuations, silent auction, Hot & Cold food, over 100 Trade Stands.The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960, transforming an overgrown wasteland between two farms using the principles of "Ecological gardening".We have 7 Visitor Centres, 87 Nature Reserves, 1 Nature Park and manage 7,200 acres of land. We educate 25,000 children and adults every year.The National Trust protects special places in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, for ever, for everyone.|Museum Resource Centre 14 Ryegate Road Colchester CO1 1YGCategory: Museums