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.
Bressingham Steam & Gardens
2 for 1 offer for a great day out at Bressingham Steam and GardensClosest station: Diss
**2FOR1 offer available 1 April - 31 October Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday**
*Closed 31 July, 3 - 5 & 31 August and 2 - 14 September inclusive. Please check the website or call before you travel as the House occasionally closes to accommodate other events in the Gardens.*
Chiswick House is a Palladian villa designed by the third Earl of Burlington. It was inspired by his love of Italy and the 16th century country houses built by Andrea Palladio in the Veneto.
We offer free guided tours, included with admission, at 12.00 on Monday and Wednesday, and 12.00 and 14.30 on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.
The 65-acre gardens, which are free to visit, were originally laid out by William Kent and are a very early example of an English landscape garden; it features a cascade, follies, statues and monuments, sweeping vistas and a 19th-century conservatory, which houses one of the oldest collections of camellias under glass in the west.
Why not combine your visit to the House with afternoon tea in our award-winning café, with views of the house?
2FOR1 offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and cannot be used on event days.
Gainsborough's House Museum
Gainsborough’s House is the childhood home of Thomas Gainsborough RA (1727-1788) and displays an outstanding collection of his paintings, drawings and prints. A varied programme of temporary exhibitions is also on show throughout the year.
The beautiful historic garden at the heart of the museum is maintained by a devoted body of volunteers, who garden exclusively with plants that were available in Gainsborough’s lifetime.Closest station: Sudbury (Suffolk)
**2FOR1 offer available Wednesday - Sunday and bank holiday Monday**
*2FOR1 offer not available 26 - 28 July & Saturday 3 August – Sunday 1 September Hatfield House will only open to visitors at the weekend. In addition to this Hatfield House will open on 16, 22 - 23 & 26 August. Please check opening and closing times before your visit.*
Enjoy a house steeped in over 400 years of history, with gardens that offer 40 acres of tranquillity.
The Elizabethan & Jacobean style house plays home to centuries of historical treasures collected by the Cecil family. Hatfield House is the current home to the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury, however was previously the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth I, whose iconic Rainbow Portrait you’ll find overlooking the stunning Marble Hall.
Take a peaceful stroll through Hatfield Park and discover the very spot where Queen Elizabeth I learnt of her succession to throne. Enjoy exploring the picture perfect gardens which date from the early 17th century when Robert Cecil employed John Tradescant the Elder to collect plants from all over Europe for his new home. The trees, bulbs, plants and fruit trees, which had not been grown previously in England, have crafted the inspiring and fragrant gardens you can explore today.
Kentwell Hall and Gardens
A free child with one full-paying adultClosest station: Sudbury (Suffolk)
Museum of East Anglian Life
2FOR1 offer is available 30 March - 27 October, but not 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's collection has a particular focus on food and farming, and 2019 sees the opening of a new exhibit 'Heritage Farm' which will see more heritage breed animals at the museum, 'have a go' farming demonstrations and the planting of an orchard.
With daily talks and tours, there's always something to enjoy on a visit to the museum.Closest station: Stowmarket
RHS Garden Hyde Hall - a garden for all seasons
30% saving on standard entrance fees.Closest station: South Woodham Ferrers