What to do in Aldeburgh

Take a row boat around the peaceful meare at Thorpeness, go to a concert at the world famous maltings at Snape, or relax on a guided trip up the River Alde. There's so much to do in the coastal town of Aldeburgh and surrounding areas. Find a comprehensive guide here.

Aldeburgh Things to do Map


7 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Kersey This Summer

Kersey is widely regarded as the most picturesque village in East Anglia, set amidst rolling countryside, its pretty thatched and gabled buildings are sprinkled up the slope of a little valley, crossing a ford from the River Brett, and overlooked by St Mary’s church, which sits proudly on a h...


For The Kids! Top 10 Things To Do In Suffolk This Summer...

It’s summertime! The children are off school and you need some ideas of what to do to keep them busy. Luckily, it’s easy to create a summer holiday to remember here in Suffolk. Let us help you out, as we list some of the best summertime activities in the county! 


The Stour Valley Path Guide

The Stour Valley Path guide has just been released! The new walker’s guide for the 60 mile path from Newmarket near the source of the River Stour through the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to Cattawade where the river joins the estuary. Published by Dedham Va...

The Martello Towers

  In the early nineteenth century, the windswept coast of Suffolk was home to a number of unusual construction projects. Althoug...

The Red House, Aldeburgh

Take a tour of The Red House, where composer Benjamin Britten and his partner, singer Peter Pears, lived and worked. Today The R...

The Long Shop Museum

The Long Shop Museum, Leiston is situated near Aldeburgh, in the beautiful coastal region of Suffolk, telling the story of more than 200 years o...

More Historical Interest in Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh Golf Course


Established in 1884, Aldeburgh Golf Club has two courses: the 18 hole Championship Course, and 

Aldeburgh River Trips


Skippered by a retired commerical deep sea diver, The Sandpiper is a 12 seater open boat.  With regular departures in summer fro...

The Meare, Thorpeness


The Meare is a boating lake complete with little islands to explore. Covering some sixty acres, with over forty acres of water, the lake is no m...

More Leisure & Sport in Aldeburgh

Eastbridge Pub & Dog Walk

Starting at the Eels Foot pub in the ham...

Middleton Pub & Dog Walk

This walk starts and finishes at the dog friendly 

More Walking in Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh Cinema


Aldeburgh Cinema has been screening films continuously since 1919, when the auditorium was built onto the back of a 19th century High Street sto...

Leiston Film Theatre


Leiston Film Theatre, or Leiston Picture House as it was originally named, opened in October 1914 and has traded continuously for 98 years....

Snape Maltings


A centre for culture and dining in rural Suffolk, the Maltings are visited by thousands yearly. The concert hall stages many musical triumphs, f...

More Cinema & Theatre in Aldeburgh

Treasure Trails For Suffolk


Trail Writer Dave Senior has created 12 Treasure Trails for Suffolk; each offering an imaginative and fun way to explore – and learn about – the...

The Meare, Thorpeness


The Meare is a boating lake complete with little islands to explore. Covering some sixty acres, with over forty acres of water, the lake is no m...

Leiston Leisure Centre

Situated near Aldeburgh, Leiston Leisure Centre has a refreshing 25 metre pool, with adjoining toddler pool and slide perfect for a fun family a...

More for the kids in Aldeburgh