17th April 2014
Things to do this Easter Weekend
The four-day Easter weekend has arrived which means you can kick back, relax and enjoy some time with your family...
Here are a few ideas for things to do in Aldeburgh and the surrounding area from all of us here at the Brudenell…
Canoeing on Alde Estuary
A great family adventure on the water. Explore the hidden creeks and flood waters on the upper reaches of the Alde Estuary, in-between Snape and Aldeburgh, by hiring a canoe or kayak from the friendly team at Iken Canoe Hire. For children seven years or older.
Suffolk Treasure Trails
Travel writer David Senior has created 12 Treasure Trails based around Suffolk, with trails on the coast in Aldeburgh, Lowestoft and Southwold. Varying in distance but usually around a couple of miles, the trails include Murder Mysteries, Spy Mission and of course, Treasure Hunts.
Located in 59 acres of stunning woodland near Lowestoft, Suffolk, Pleasurewood Hills is a renowned family focussed theme park. It’s home to adrenaline pumping rides as well as lighter alternatives, with world-class Sea Lion and Parrot Shows in the mix as well. Make sure you check out Wipeout!
Museum of East Anglian Life
Immerse yourself in the agricultural history of East Anglia in one of the country’s leading open air museums, occupying a site of over 70 acres of land and over 40,000 objects in its collection. Discover historical buildings, farm animals and nature trails.
Click for our full list of family friendly attractions in Suffolk. We hope you have a great Easter and join us at our hotel in Suffolk very soon!