Most famous for its horse farms and races, this busy market town is worth the stop over. Especially if you are visiting in the spring or summer. The races bring out all kinds of English classes and are quite fun day out. There are plenty of pubs to choose from and even a few dance clubs. The restaurants and cafe's are nice and are in close proximity to the nearby shopping mall.

Acclaimed four-day music fest in Cherry Hinton Hall, 4 miles southeast of the city centre. It's hosted the likes of Van Morrison, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Christy Moore, Imelda May, Paul Simon and KT Tunstall.

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England's premier Puritan lived in this attractive, half-timbered house with his family from 1636 to 1647, when he was the local tithe collector...

What was it like in early Anglo-Saxon times? Perhaps we will never really know? Walk in the footsteps of our ancestors, explore their homes, see the evidence for yourself - then make up your own mind.

Lackford Lakes lie beside the River Lark and have been created from former gravel pits. The potential list of birds here seems never ending, with rarities like Black Necked Grebe occurring alongside more common species such as shelduck.

Mildenhall is the finding place of a 4th Century Roman silver hoarde, it was the starting point for the great Melbourne air race in 1934 and (way back in time) the 15th C. the Market Cross was the location for the town's stocks and hangings!

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A real treat, Britain's only working Regency playhouse features ornate gilding, sweeps of boxes and a trompe l'oeil ceiling, all revealed on self-led (free) and guided (£6.50) front-of-house and backstage tours ...

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Ely Cathedral’s stunning silhouette dominates the whole area; it’s dubbed the 'Ship of the Fens' because it’s so visible across the vast, flat sweeps of land...

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A seven-day, 93-mile trail encompassing a Roman road, low-lying cliffs and sandy shores.

Directions: A1 north and follow the signs for the city center.

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Mildenhall is a small market town in Suffolk. The town is near the A11. The large Royal Air Force base, RAF Mildenhall, is located immediately north of the town. Mildenhall centres on a market place with a 16th century hexagonal market cross and town pump. The town's market is held here on every Friday. The Mildenhall Museum in the centre of the town contains displays of local history and wildlife, the history of the RAF base.

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St Mary's is one of the largest parish churches in England, and it contains the tomb of Mary Tudor – Henry VIII's sister and a one-time queen of France...

The 45m-high tower of this cathedral was only completed in 2005 and is a vision in Lincolnshire limestone – its traditional Gothic-style construction conveys how many English cathedrals must have looked fresh from th...

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An award-winning cafe serving a vast selection of teas and cream teas, luscious homemade soups, salads, cakes and scones...

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National Express buses run to and from Mildenhall bus station. There is ample free parking and a taxi rank right next to the bus stop.

Mildenhall has more than it’s fair share of dining establishments, take-aways and pubs!

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Over 25 hectares of land is covered in beautifully manicured gardens. There are a few lakes to walk around as well. There are many different types of trees that cover the ground and placards describing scientific names for most of them. There is a small tram that will take you through the gardens and plenty of benches for lounging. Admission to the gardens alone is 4.50GBP.

Set in an impressive 12th-century undercroft, Moyse's Hall's rarities include a locket containing some of Mary Tudor's hair and finds from Bury's ruined abbey...

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From Mildenhall Cycling Club to the Fen Tigers Speedway Team we have sports info’ for you...

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"The reserve can provide a magical 'close encounter' with nature, be it the turquoise flash of a Kingfisher, the call of the Turtle Dove, the splendour of a fishing Osprey or the sheer charm of a brood of new ducklings." About 5 miles away.

Home to stockcar and banger racing, greyhound racing and the Mildenhall Fen Tiger speedway team.

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Housed in the Old Gaol House, this quirky little museum appropriately features gruesome prison tableaux inside prisoners' cells, plus displays on the Romans, the Anglo-Saxons, the Long Barrow burial ground at nearby ...

They’ve been crafting some of England's favourite booze in this working brewery since 1799...