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Visitor Services

Tourist Information

Bury St Edmunds Tourist information points can be found at a number of sites in the town centre. Tourist Information Centres/Points closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

Their services include:

Visitor Information Pack and Visitor Guide
Request a free visitor information pack from the Tourist Information Centre at

The Apex Tourist Information Centre

The Apex - Covide-19 update: Currently closed.
Charter Square
Bury St Edmunds IP33 3FD

Telephone: 01284 764667

Opening times:
Monday-Saturday: 10am - 5pm

St Edmundsbury Cathedral

St Edmundsbury Cathedral Shop - Covide-19 update: Currently closed.
Angel Hill
Bury St Edmunds IP33 1LS

Opening times:
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 11.30am - 4pm

The tourist information point is situated in the Cathedral Shop on Angel Hill next to the main entrance of the Cathedral.The shops sells a range of gifts and souvenirs to take home from magnets and sweets to prints and stained glass roundels.

Moyse’s Hall Museum

Moyse's Hall Museum - Covide-19 update: Currently closed.
Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1DX

Opening times:

Monday-Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 4pm

Moyse's Hall Museum offers a fascinating view into the past with collections that document the foundation of the early town from the creation and dissolution of the Abbey. The museum also stocks a wide range of souvenirs.

Groups and coaches

Group Visits

Will you be bringing a group to Bury St Edmunds?

Bury St Edmunds Official Tour Guides offer speciality tours for pre-booked groups (any number can be catered for). Let the Registered guides show you the best bits of Bury St Edmunds. For more information on private guided walking tours of the town click here.


Coaches can drop off and pick up on Angel Hill, close to the Cathedral and Abbey Gardens. Coaches must then park at the Lorry Park on Rougham Hill near the A14 Bury East exit postcode IP33 2RU.

Bury St Edmunds Official Tours

The secrets, the stories and the scandals of Bury St Edmunds are yours for the asking on the Official Bury St Edmunds Tour.

This 90-minute tour of the historic centre of Bury St Edmunds and includes the Abbey Gate, the Abbey Gardens and Abbey Ruins, the statue of St Edmund, St Edmundsbury Cathedral, St Mary’s Churchyard, Church Walks, Guildhall Street, Hatter Street, Abbeygate Street and the main market area.

Find out about the legend of St Edmund and the wolf, Bury St Edmunds’ connections to the Magna Carta, where Charles Dickens stayed, and the final resting place of a French Queen and Henry VIII’s beloved sister.

The guides have a real love and passion for their town, its history and its people - plus a great sense of humour.

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