With its wide open spaces, parks and gardens, walks, and cycles routes, there's no better place to visit for the great outdoors than Bury St Edmunds and Beyond.

From the Abbey Gardens to Fullers Mill Garden, and from Nowton Park to Ickworth parklands and gardens, enjoy fresh air, beautiful countryside and breathtaking views.

Bury St Edmunds and Beyond is known for its self guided trails. 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.

Or explore Suffolk's smallest town, on the self guided Clare Town Trail which takes in Clare Castle Country Park.

Children and adults alike will love the Beowulf and Grendell Adventure Trail, a wonderful interpretive trail at West Stow Country Park, which takes you on a journey through parts of the unique Breckland landscape including, heathland - where you will meet the sleeping dragon - woodlands and lake settings.

If you enjoy walking there are many town, village and countryside walking routes to enjoy in the area.

There are also many cycling routes for all abilities, taking you out into the beautiful Suffolk countryside.

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