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.
10% discount on Eastern Angles Theatre Company shows
Valid for any show until 31st March 2019Closest station: Ipswich
15% discount at Polarn O. Pyret Childrenswear, Cambridge
15% discount on full-price childrenswearClosest station: Cambridge
Anglia Indoor Karting
10% discount off standard arrive and drive pricesClosest station: Ipswich
Best of Suffolk
Book your 2018 holiday and pay just £100 deposit when you stay with Best of Suffolk.
Bressingham Steam & Gardens
2 for 1 offer for a great day out at Bressingham Steam and GardensClosest station: Diss
Broadland Cycle Hire
2FOR1 adult bike hire.Closest station: Hoveton & Wroxham
Bure Valley RailwayThe Bure Valley Railway is Norfolk’s longest Narrow Gauge Steam Railway and operates between the old market town of Aylsham and the bustling Broads towns of Wroxham and is within easy reach of Norwich and the coast. It was built on the track bed of part of the former Great Eastern Railway and the nine mile line runs through a stretch of lovely rural Norfolk, following the river Bure through meadowland and ancient pastures, stopping occasionally at small country villages.Closest station: Hoveton & Wroxham
2FOR1 on Cambridge river cruise tickets.Closest station: Cambridge
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
Chiswick House is one of the most glorious examples of 18th-century British architecture. Its gardens are the birthplace of the English Landscape Movement. Enjoy a fascinating day out in west London. Free tours of the house included in admission on Sundays at 14.30.
The house and grounds were created by two Georgian trend setters, the architect and designer William Kent and his friend and patron Lord Burlington, the third Earl. Influenced by their travels on the Grand Tour, they rejected the showy, Baroque style, fashionable in England, in favour of a simpler, symmetrical design based on the classical architecture of Italy. They championed the work of the Venetian architect, Andrea Palladio and Chiswick House was one of the earliest English examples of what is called “neo-Palladian” style.
Music has always played a big part in the House’s history. In 1966 The Beatles filmed one of the world’s first ever promotional videos for their No. 1 single Paperback Writer in the grounds. Other bands followed, including The Jam who posed by the stonework for their single Absolute Beginners in the summer of 1981.