St Edmundsbury Cathedral
Completed in 2005, the 45m-high Millennium Tower is a vision in Lincolnshire limestone, and its traditional Gothic-style construction...
Now a picturesque ruin residing in beautiful gardens behind the cathedral, the once all-powerful abbey still impresses despite the...
Moyse's Hall Museum
In an impressive 12th-century undercroft, this enjoyable museum covers the important episodes in Bury's history, such as the Bury witch...
See how many of your friends you can squeeze into this thimble-sized timber-framed pub, recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as...
Set in a 16th-century building but all slick, modern style, this relaxed restaurant has a menu revolving around locally reared meats....
Great Gate information
You enter the park via one of two well-preserved old gates: opposite the tourist office, the staunch mid-14th-century Great Gate is intricately decorated but nevertheless ominously defensive, complete with battlements, portcullis and arrow slits. The other entrance sits further up along Angel Hill, where a gargoyle-studded early-12th-century Norman Tower looms beside the cathedral.