Offers in East Anglia
Travel by train and you can make big savings on top East Anglia attractions, restaurants and shows.
Discover all the great things to do in East Anglia when you travel by train with Greater Anglia. Simply download a voucher, travel by train and present your printed voucher at your chosen attraction along with valid train tickets.
Cambridge Science Centre - LifeWorks!
Our interactive, hands-on science centre in the heart of Cambridge offers a fun space for discovery – a place where children and young people can get their hands on science, try stuff out and learn all about the principles and mysteries of our planet, universe and beyond.
Unlock the secrets of life at LifeWorks! Enjoy an action-packed day out to explore everything from cells to survival with our interactive exhibits, lovingly crafted by our team of in-house experts to appeal to young people of all ages.Closest station: Cambridge
East Anglian Railway Museum
2FOR1 admissionClosest station: Chappel & Wakes Colne
Ely Cathedral & Stained Glass Museum2FOR1 offer is not valid on Tower Tours.
Highly regarded by historians and architects from all over the world for its beauty and size, Ely Cathedral is widely acknowledged as ‘one of the wonders of the Medieval world’. The present building dates from 1081 and is a remarkable example of both Romanesque and Norman architecture. In addition to its unique Octagon Tower and magnificent Lady Chapel, Ely has the third longest nave of any UK Cathedral and the only museum dedicated to stained glass in the UK.
As well as being a major visitor attraction, Ely has gained global recognition as a location for many prominent films including Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Macbeth, The King’s Speech and The Crown.
People often ask why such a vast church was built in such a small town. In fact it was the Cathedral that came first. When it was built, Ely was only a small settlement and the town grew up around the Cathedral. The Benedictine monks' only concern was to glorify God, and nothing less than a building on a majestic scale would do.Closest station: Ely
2FOR1 – one adult or concession free with one full price adult ticket.Closest station: Ely
Lynn Museum2FOR1 Offer is available April to September Tuesday – Saturday 10.00-17.00, Sunday 12.00-16.00.
October - March (Free admission) Tuesday – Saturday 10.00-17.00
The Lynn Museum is housed in a former Union Baptist Chapel and schoolroom adjacent to the town’s bus station. You will be warmly welcomed by Horace the tiger, who will greet you with a friendly roar.
The galleries at Lynn Museum tell the story of West Norfolk. Step back in time as you walk into a life size replica of Seahenge. This astonishing Bronze Age timber circle is the museum’s stunning centrepiece. Learn about the people who meticulously crafted the timbers and study the marks left by their bronze axes 4000 years ago. See the timbers as they were discovered under the sand on a nearby beach and find out how this ancient wooden structure survived.
Then browse around the ‘West Norfolk Story’. Marvel at the Sedgeford Hoard of Iceni gold coins hidden in a cow bone for nearly 2000 years. Examine the skeleton of an Anglo Saxon warrior and learn how early people have helped us to write history from their graves.
The story moves on to the thriving medieval port of King’s Lynn where you may imagine yourself to be a pilgrim.
You can also ride on a magnificent gallopers from a Victorian fairground built by Savages, a King’s Lynn engineering company.Closest station: Kings Lynn
Museum of East Anglian Life
2FOR1 admission.Closest station: Stowmarket
Museum of East Anglian Life
2FOR1 offer is not available on event days or for event tickets i.e fireworks night. See website for event dates.
With 17 historic buildings set in 75 acres of beautiful countryside, the Museum of East Anglian Life is the largest independent museum in Suffolk. The museum is an educational charity supporting the community. We care for over 40,000 objects – once the everyday items of East Anglian life. Our collection has a particular focus on the production of food and social history relating to it, reflective of the region’s strong agricultural character.
We aim to enrich people’s lives, encouraging enjoyment, learning and participation through our public programme, training and volunteering schemes. We hold events throughout the year, family activities during the holidays, a programme for schools and community-focused initiatives. We are a space for people to be active, learn new things, look at the world differently, make friends and give something back.Closest station: Stowmarket
*Open up to 19 November. Closed for the winter and reopen on 1 February 2019.
The Nelson Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to telling the story of our national hero, Lord Horatio Nelson and the times in which he lived.
'I am a Norfolk man and I glory in being so!' (Nelson speaking at the ‘Wrestler’s Arms’, Great Yarmouth).
There is so much to discover at the Nelson museum:
Explore Nelson's childhood in Norfolk, his career, famous battles and tragic, heroic death.
Find out more about his mesmerising personality and complicated love life, the scandal of his day!
Discover Life Below Decks. Relax in the picnic area of the Maritime Courtyard and admire the Georgian herb garden.
Relax on sofas and enjoy delicious coffee, tea and treats in our new 'Galley' tea room.
Learn about 'Nelson the man' and the women he loved in our newly re-presented exhibition.
Two original cannons from Nelson’s era.
Nelson's Naval Career and his terrible wounds and illnesses.
Beautiful pieces of the collection including a piece of Nelson's hair and a stunning life mask taken of the man himself.
Fun for all the family!
We love to welcome families to the Nelson Museum and there is something for everyone to enjoy:
Discover the sounds sights and smells in our 'Below Decks' interactive experience!
Walk the wobbly plank in our outdoor Maritime Play Area!
Dress up as a fine Georgian lady or mid ship-man.
What did the Georgian's look like? Find out in our interactive exhibition display!
See if you can complete all the games as you go round the museum!
Spot the ship's cat asleep and the real rat!
Enjoy our picnic area.
Or cosy up with a tea or coffee on sofas in our new 'Galley' with children's toys and books.Closest station: Great Yarmouth