Top days out for groups

Group days out in the East

Discover the best days out for groups in the east of England.

A couple walking in the grounds of Audley End

AUDLEY END HOUSE AND GARDENS

Immerse your group in the life of a grand Victorian country house at Audley End House and Gardens. With the house, stables, gardens and grounds to explore, there is more to see and do than ever before.

  • Coach parking - must be pre-booked
  • Catering - The Servants' Hall tearoom and Cart Yard Café
  • Shop
  • Guided Tours - call property for details
  • Advance booking required 
  • Average length of visit: 4 hours
  • Nearby attractions - Bushmead Priory, Denny Abbey and the Farmland Museum, Wrest Park, Cambridge, Saffron Walden

BOLSOVER CASTLE

Give your group a taste of Cavalier decadence at the fairytale Bolsover Castle. Explore the interiors of the Little Castle with the multimedia guide, wander the picturesque ruins, and watch displays of horsemanship in the Riding School on summer weekends (small charge applies, book via Customer Services on 0370 333 1183).

  • Coach parking - limited parking in council car park, call property for details
  • Catering - Café
  • Shop
  • Guided Tours - call property for details
  • Multimedia Guide
  • Advacne booking required 
  • Average length of visit: 2 ½ hours
  • Nearby attractions - Brodsworth Hall and Gardens, Hardwick Old Hall, Peveril Castle, Chatsworth House, Hardwick New Hall
The Archer Pavillion at Wrest Park

WREST PARK

Discover 300 years of glorious gardens at Wrest Park. Your group can explore the magnificent grounds, wander the state rooms in the mansion house or just sit and take in the wonderful views with a cup of tea from our great café.

  • Coach parking
  • Catering - Café
  • Shop
  • Guided Tours - call property for details
  • Audio Guide
  • Advacne booking required 
  • Average length of visit: 4 hours
  • Nearby Attractions - Audley End House and Gardens, Moggerhanger Park, Shuttleworth Collection

FRAMLINGHAM CASTLE

Discover 800 years of castle life at the mighty medieval stronghold of Framlingham Castle. Visit our exhibition space where you can discover the hsitory of Framlingham Castle nad its former residents, including Mary Tudor who was proclaimed Queen of England at the castle in 1553.

  • Coach parking - must be pre-booked 
  • Catering - Café
  • Shop
  • Audio Guide
  • Advance booking required 
  • Average length of visit: 2 hours
  • Nearby attractions - Orford Castle, Saxstead Green Post Mill, Suffolk coast

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