Woodbridge Museum – a chronological journey through the town’s history

A Small, friendly museum with exhibits reflecting the history of Woodbridge and its townspeople, including Thomas Seckford and Edward Fitzgerald.

There is a permanent exhibit complementing the Anglo-Saxon site at Sutton Hoo and another for Burrow Hill. Children are well catered for with carefully drawn-up activity sheets, available on request.

Displays reflect the history and life of Woodbridge and its townspeople – including the Elizabethan lawyer and benefactor Thomas Seckford, the painter Thomas Churchyard and the translator Edward FitzGerald.

Anglo Saxon life is illustrated with some of the items found at Burrow Hill and by the ship burial at Sutton Hoo. Changes from then until the present day are described century by century by displays that encompass trade, roads, housing, religion and education.

Opening Times: Easter to the end of October – Thursday to Sunday and Bank Holidays 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Daily during school holidays. Admission: Adults £1.00, Children 30p. Telephone: 01394 380502

Please contact the museum before travelling, to confirm times and admission fees, as these may change.