10 Ways to Make Memories This Autumn
1. Gather friends and family for an unforgettable foodie experience in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk's Foodie Town!
2. Sometimes simple pleasures that are free make the best memories - gather your little ones for a welly walk at one of Bury's beautiful parks and gardens!
3. Some of the best memories are when you are laughing with friends - Bury's Ghostly and Macabre Walk is not only a trip through time but also an entertaining tour of the town's most haunted places.
4. National Trust Ickworth really comes into its own in Autumn with its beautiful autumnal colours, grab yourself a hot chocolate and head out for some fresh air!
5. Getting the family together to take part in an activity provides great memories so why not enjoy an Archery Experience at West Stow Country Park under the watchful eye of a qualified instructor?
6. Enjoy a night out at The Apex! From comedy nights to tribute acts and from popular music to classical, there's something for everyone.
7. Get ready for Halloween and pick your own pumpkin Blackthorpe Barn's Pumpkin Patch.
8. Some of the best photos parents have are of their little ones all dressed up! At Halloweenies at Kentwell Hall will enchant children of all ages with spooky, safe fun for your little monsters! Great for photos!
9. If you are a Harry Potter fan then a visit to Bury St Edmunds is not complete without a trip to nearby Lavenham. A guided walking tour of this beautiful village with The Lavenham Tour Guides can show you where filmmakers filmed parts of Lavenham as ‘Godric’s Hollow’ in ‘Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows’ (Part 2). Magical.
10. Do you remember panto as a child? Pantomime is a great way to bring family and friends together and Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds has one of the best in the country! It starts in November and runs until mid January and gets rave reviews by the well-respected theatre newspaper The Stage.
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