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**
Discover Lord Burlington's 18th century villa inspired by Andrea Palladio and Inigo Jones with classical landscapes and 65 acres of gardens. The conservatory houses one of the oldest collections of Camellias under glass in the west.
Combine your visit to the award winning café for breakfast/brunch or lunch with views of the house.
2FOR1 offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and cannot be used on event days.
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
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)
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
Oliver Cromwell's House
Oliver Cromwell's House, the former Lord Protector’s family home.
Experience what domestic life would have been like in the 17th Century in a variety of re-created period rooms as well as an exhibition detailing the Civil War.
Visit Mrs Cromwell’s kitchen, try dressing-up or playing with the toys of the time or venture into the Haunted Bedroom if you dare!
Other than Hampton Court in London Oliver Cromwell's House is the only remaining Cromwell residence.
Audio handsets bring the story of this impressive House to life.
There is also Gift Shop and Tourist Information Centre.Closest station: Ely
RHS Garden Hyde Hall - a garden for all seasons
30% saving on standard entrance fees.Closest station: South Woodham Ferrers