Suffolk Museums have the perfect remedy for your lockdown blues this winter.
Suffolk Steps is a great way to keep active and explore your local area. There are 16 historic trails to choose from. The walks are free and designed to help families uncover the fascinating hidden history of the Suffolk towns and countryside.
Hunt for buried treasure in Moyse’s Hall’s Pirate Treasure Hunt trail. Pirates have fled up the River Lark and hidden treasure in the town of Bury St Edmunds – can you find where its hidden? Follow the route around the largest Millennium Green in the country in Halesworth along the historic Malt trail or go off the beaten track with Orford Museum’s Elizabethan map of the village. Whichever trail you decide to do, Suffolk Steps has something for all tastes and ages. Trails can be easily downloaded to your phone or can be printed if you have access to a printer.
We are pleased to announce that Suffolk Museums will be able to reopen their doors again from 2nd December. Please check the museum’s website or Facebook page to see whether they are open prior to planning a visit. Stay safe when visiting Suffolk Museums by checking the government guidance on tier 2 restrictions before attending. Head over to the Suffolk Museums website for a taste of the activities and events on offer this winter, both virtual and live.
Suffolk Steps is proud partner of Keep Moving Suffolk, a local campaign aimed at helping people stay active during the Covid-19 pandemic. Keep Moving Suffolk aims to inspire and encourage people to stay active, move or move more, by sharing ideas, tips, useful links and positive stories during these unprecedented times, using the hashtag #KeepMovingSuffolk