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.
Harwich Maritime Museum2FOR1 offer is available 1 May - 30 September. We are closed for the Winter.
Located in the former Low Lighthouse, built in 1818 as one of a pair of leading lights for the harbour entrance. An active radio link to harbour control serves as a reminder of the lighthouse's time as a pilot signal station.
The museum is full of nautical memorabilia from photographs and paintings to ships in bottles and lighthouse bulbs. There are displays on the Royal Navy, including uniform and badges, and local commercial shipping.
A fantastic view of the shipping activity in the harbour is obtained from the top floor.Closest station: Harwich Town
Harwich Redoubt Fort2FOR1 offer is available 1 May - 30 September Daily 10.00-16.00.
Winter months - Sunday only.
An extremely impressive 180ft (60m) diameter circular fort built in 1808 to defend the port of Harwich against a Napoleonic invasion. Ten guns sit on the battlements. Eighteen casements below would house 300 troops in siege conditions.
Part of the fort is now used as a military museum. Battle re-enactments and other events are held during the summer months.
The fort was restored by the Harwich Society as a voluntary project.Closest station: Harwich Town
High Lighthouse2FOR1 offer is available 1 May to 30 September. We are closed for the Winter.
The High lighthouse was built in 1818 to replace a light over the Town Gate. This and the Low Lighthouse were used in transit to aid navigation into the harbour.
Withdrawn from service in 1862 and now houses the Wireless and Television Museum.Closest station: Harwich Town
Three nights for the price of two (based on published rates)Closest station: Cambridge
Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary
NEW FOR 2018: Penguin Beach! Learn how to waddle with our charming colony of Humboldt Penguins, explore the penguin trail and watch them glide underwater as you get really close to these amazing birds.
Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary is Norfolk’s only seal sanctuary open to visitors and is home to over 2,000 creatures, from tiny shrimps to Amazonian Piranhas! Boasting a state of the art marine aquarium taking visitors on a memorable undersea odyssey filled with amazing close encounters with sea creatures of astonishing variety in spectacular ‘high-tech’ displays. Experience close encounters with jungle beasties, snakes and lizards from the rainforests of the world. As you dive into the underwater world at SEA LIFE you will get closer than you ever imagined to sharks, seals, otters, penguins and Ernie the Giant Green Sea Turtle.
*Price is subject to changeClosest station: Kings Lynn
Kentwell Hall and Gardens
A free child with one full-paying adultClosest station: Sudbury (Suffolk)
Liana Electric Boat Trip
2FOR1 Offer is available:
September - Daily 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00.
October - Weekends, bank holidays and local half term only 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00.
This Edwardian-style launch will transport you almost instantly to a beautiful, wooded stretch of the River Bure, going in the direction of Coltishall and into Bridge Broad.
The wet woodland here, with lots of willows, is inaccessible on foot, so you really do need to get out on a boat to enjoy it. Watch for water birds such as herons and grebes, and look out for the bright yellow of flag irises in early summer.
Listen to the birdsong and relax in a green world, just minutes from the centre of Wroxham.
Advance booking is advisable, please call 01603 782281.Closest station: Hoveton & Wroxham
Lifeboat Museum2FOR1 offer is available 1 May - 30 September. We are closed for the Winter
A lifeboat was first stationed in Harwich in 1821, though it was not until 1876 that the organisation now known as The Royal National Lifeboat Institution placed a boat here together with a shed in which to keep it (now the Harwich Society's Lifeboat Museum). The RNLI Lifeboat was withdrawn in 1917, but following a massive increase in leisure boating activity in the Harwich Haven, this was restored in 1965 when a lifeboat shed was built on Ha'Penny Pier (since replaced by the Cafe) to house an inflatable lifeboat.Closest station: Harwich Town
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
Mackenzie Hotels - Cream Tea
2FOR1 cream teas.Closest station: West Runton