Ring Quest 2024
The popular Lord of the Rings-themed family challenge is back at West Stow
West Stow Anglo Saxon Village, Icklingham Road, Bury St Edmunds IP28 6HG
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- 22nd February 10:00am - 17th February 4:00pm
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About this event
The popular Lord of the Rings-themed family challenge is back at West Stow for February half term, with a completely new Quest trail in the Park.
Complete the Ring Quest and find the rings and runes to save Middle Earth!
Visit the Ring Quest displays, the Hobbit Hole and Mirkwood where there are the huge spiders waiting for you. See the enormous dragon guarding its treasure.
Meet Halbarad the Ranger of the North and try your hand at archery. You may even meet a friendly Orc.
Special talk and tour, ‘The Real Middle Earth’, also available to book before Ring Quest, 12pm on Saturday 10 February - Click here to book
This is partly an outdoor event so please wear sensible clothing
The event is suitable for adults and children 3+ years.
Two parts to the Ring Quest trail, each lasts about 45 minutes.
Times: 10am-4pm (Customers can arrive any time between these times)
Tickets: Standard admission charges apply, plus £2 for Ring Quest Pack (Ring Quest Pack will be available to purchase on the day at the venue)
Booking: Advised. Please use the 'book tickets' buttons or call The Apex Box Office on 01284 758000
Parking: Normal parking fees apply (£3 for the day)
About the Venue
One of England's great archaeological sites, West Stow has extensive indoor galleries and a stunning recreation of an Anglo-Saxon village surrounded by unspoilt countryside.
West Stow Country Park features 125 acres of woods, heathlands, a river and a lake, plus nature trails, walks and an adventure playground.
Visitors to West Stow can explore history and nature, watch a film, dress up as an Anglo-Saxon or say hello to the rare breed pigs and chickens.
As part of the annual RingQuest event, you could even meet a Hobbit, among other Lord of the Rings characters!
West Stow regularly hold living history and event days, workshops, walks and talks, these sites and their events bring history to life.