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Lots of visitors mention the beautiful but quirky houses built into the ruins of the West Front of the old Abbey. They date from the late 16th century but were updated in the late 20th century to provide modern facilities. They are all owned privately...More
Ruins of the Old Abbey in what was once the Capital of England and grew wealthy on the wool trade exporting to Europe. The various building in the Abbey can be seen in the Ruins and is set in nice parkland.
The ruins of the old Benedictine Abbey are well worth a visit and are easily accessible to view and to touch history. Set close by are the Abbey gardens and all within less than a minute walk of the wonderful town of Bury St Edmunds...More