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Sutton Hoo

Tranmer House Sutton Hoo | Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge IP12 3DJ, England
+44 1394 389700
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Must do!

The burial mounds may be less impressive as a sight but the exhibition is quite astounding. I've... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
David N
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
What a let down!

I've long wanted to visit Sutton Hoo so was really looking forward to our trip there. I knew we... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
gill k
Lancashire, United Kingdom
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One of Britain's most important archaeological sites contains the burial chamber and funeral ship of the early Anglo-Saxon warrior king, Raedwald.
  • Excellent52%
  • Very good32%
  • Average11%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
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Tranmer House Sutton Hoo | Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge IP12 3DJ, England
+44 1394 389700
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The burial mounds may be less impressive as a sight but the exhibition is quite astounding. I've known of Sutton Hoo most of my life and I am not clear how I have not managed to visit before. So glad that I did.

Thank David N
Reviewed 4 days ago

I've long wanted to visit Sutton Hoo so was really looking forward to our trip there. I knew we couldn't see the ship burial but I expected to see more than the sparse artifacts in the exibition room especially as many were copies, the originals...More

Thank gill k
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

So interesting. I lovely half day out. A great balance of indoor and outdoor. The exhibition centre explains everything you’d want to know about the site and then you can walk around on a selection of different marked walks. The short walk is only about...More

Thank Arabella R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Called in on the way to visit family . Nice to have a stroll round , see the sheep, relax in the chairs in the dining room in the “big house”, trying to imagine what it would have been like to actually live there. Looked...More

Thank SUNTAN47
Reviewed 1 week ago

Have been to Sutton Hoo many times as it is a lovely place to walk around. To be honest the display explaining the history behind the site is okay but much of the artefacts are now in the British Museum. The restaurant however is well...More

Thank Loocol
Reviewed 1 week ago

The house is quite ordinary and you are welcomed to sit and soak up its atmosphere and the history of how the archaeological investigations began. There is also a museum about the finds, its a shame that some of the real artifacts could not be...More

Thank KAW687
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was thinking "Large viking ship and treasure hoard". There is no ship left and the treasure hoard is in the British Museum in London. The exhibition is small but interesting. The mounds are...well.... mounds. House is an interesting snap shot into the era.

Thank DorsetDreamer88
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Journeyed to Sutton Hoo to discover all about what we thought were Viking burials. We were wrong it is suspected that an Anglo Saxon King Raedwaeld was buried with the longship. The exhibition hall provides plenty of information on the discovery of the burial mounds...More

Thank TravelswithLuka
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The best place to start is the exhibition to get a feel for the background of the site. Tranmer House is interesting but you can only view part of the downstairs rooms. The cafe is average NT fare and nothing particularly special. I was rather...More

Thank Ann G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had limited time at Sutton Hoo and were happy to arrive just as a walking tour was starting so we thought it would be an efficient way to gain general information about the site. We walked, we stood, our guide showed us some photographs...More

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6 November 2016|
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Response from Aussie135 | Reviewed this property |
Hi , the estate walk may allow a dog on alead but not to the burial grounds or the buildings. Previous posts have mentioned that.
Paul R
29 August 2016|
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Response from wanderobo | Reviewed this property |
As above. National Trust members free.
Clair C
29 June 2016|
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Response from JMIC10 | Reviewed this property |
No parking price and yes you can just use the nice tea rooms you pay to see exhibition, the mounds and Mrs Pretty's house but well worth it.