Heritage Open Days celebrates 25 years as England’s largest festival of history and culture. It brings together over 2,000 organisations, 5,000 events and 40,000 volunteers.
Running 13th – 22nd September it is your opportunity to see hidden places and new experiences across the country for free!
There are some great places opening their doors in Woodbridge. Here is a pick of a few that are on offer:
Bawdsey Radar Transmitter Block
Visit where the operational radar was developed that helped win the Battle of Britain. Open Sunday 22nd 11am – 4pm. No booking required.
Ecclesiastical Walk through Woodbridge
Led by The Rotary Club of Woodbridge visit the places of Christian worship including Quay Chapel, St Mary’s Church and The Beaumont Baptist Chapel. Saturday 14th September – meet at 10am, tour from 10:20 to approx. 12:30.
Historic Inns of Woodbridge Walk
Visit the 13th oldest pub in England, Inns from Tudor to Victorian times and not to mention what was once the town brothel! Sunday 15th September – meet at 10am, tour from 10:20 to approx. 12:30.
Woodbridge Quay Church
The oldest, non-conformist church in Woodbridge – take a look around the extended building and stop for tea and cake. Saturday 14th September – 10am – 4pm.
To find out more about all the Heritage Open Days across the county and how to book visit the Heritage Open Days website.