Base yourself at our Bury St Edmunds hotels and you’ll get to know this delightful Suffolk market town in no time. Steeped in religious and ancient history, top attractions include St Edmundsbury Cathedral, the Abbey and Abbey Gardens, the Guildhall, Ickworth House and the Greene King Visitor Centre.
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Bury St Edmunds has long been famed for its sites of religious significance, including St Mary's Church, the third-largest parish church in England. Nearby, the Church of England founded the Bury St Edmunds Cathedral after the establishment of the St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocese.
Remains of a medieval abbey can also be explored in Bury St Edmunds. Only the Great Gate remains intact, though the gardens provide a relaxing environment to look back in history.
Bury St Edmunds has also been an important town in the county for another reason - the production of ales at Greene King Brewery. This brewery, founded in 1799, offers tours of the facilities and a museum exploring the history of beer production in Bury St Edmunds.