3 Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1LT, UK

About Bury St Edmunds Blue Plaques Trail

A self-guided outdoor trail - follow the Bury St Edmunds' blue plaques to link the people of the past with the buildings of the present. A wonderful way to see Bury St Edmunds town centre while walking through history.

See where Charles Dickens stayed both as a journalist and a famous author, visit author Norah Loft's home where she wrote many of her historical novels, some loosely based on Bury St Edmunds, and discover where acclaimed artist Sybil Andrews produced her much sought after lino cuts. Plus many more fascinating historical buildings with wonderful stories that link Bury St Edmunds' past with our present.

The Blue Plaques and trail has been produced by the Bury Society.

Download the Bury St Edmunds Blue Plaque Trail now or pick up a copy from the St Edmundsbury Cathedral Visitor Information Point

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