Things to Do
Few towns can rival the charm of Bungay with its fine Georgian Architecture – a walk in the town will expose many of its hidden treasures – award winning Restaurants & Cafes, many interesting independent shops and ancient Inns – some of them said to be amongst the most haunted in England!
There’s plenty to see beyond Bungay, too, with stunning countryside to explore. Norwich the UK’s most complete medieval city with its network of winding streets and over 1,500 historic buildings. Museums, galleries, theatres, concerts, cinema and festivals provide plenty of cultural opportunities – and all only 18 miles away.
Fancy a day at the sea? Southwold or Lowestoft are both around 17 miles from Bungay. At Southwold you can visit the renovated Victorian pier, golden beach and colourful beach huts. A trip to Lowestoft enables you to boast that you have visited the most easterly town in Britain- the eclectic mix of wide expansive award-winning beaches, rich maritime heritage and Broadland links makes Lowestoft an attractive place to visit.
And finally to prove the best things in life really are free, no visitor should leave Bungay without experiencing one of the stunning Suffolk sunsets!