East of England
The East of England Regional Visitor Guide is a colourful leaflet, packed with ideas for all ages and interests; an essential item for holiday makers and locals alike. The detailed map inside offers information on every National Trust property across the East, including guidance on what not to miss, useful information, phone numbers and tips. Enjoy beautiful coastline, countryside and rich heritage across the region, with this little map, full of great days out.
With many of our places now open all year round, there is always somewhere to escape from the rain or indeed relish time outdoors. From family adventures and explorations with your dog to rainy day discoveries and details on the best exhibitions to visit, the East of England is full of history and so are our special places within it. With estates dating back to the Anglo Saxon era, you will never be short of exhibitions and collections to learn from and enjoy. For dog lovers there are recommended walks galore as well as tips on where to head for a coffee afterwards along with your four legged friend.
With the changing faces of nature, there is something for everyone, at any time of year. In spring, leaves unfurl and spring bulbs emerge, birds are chirping and lambs are gamboling around in the fields. During the summer months, enjoy striking floral displays full of colour and scent. Or see how many of our ‘50 things to do before you’re 11¾’ activities you can complete. Autumn is a time of wonder when the natural world turns a kaleidoscope of colour. Head out for a crisp walk and enjoy this vibrant, natural spectacle. In winter, wrap up warm and enjoy the frosty landscapes or step inside to warm up as you explore our houses and collections.
To find out more about what’s going on in the East of England, please visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/days-out/regioneastofengland/east-of-england