Things to see and do - Bury Saint Edmunds
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At the heart of one of the first Italian gardens created in England, Ickworth House is made up of a rotunda crowned by a ribbon of friezes inspired by illustrations of Homer by Flaxman and two wings curving inwards. The residence was built 1795-1829 ..
Founded in 633 and later renamed in honour of the Saxon king and martyr, Edmund, rebuilt by Benedictine monks in the 11C. Only two of its monumental crossing towers are still standing, one of which bears a plaque to Archbishop Langton and the twenty ..
Bury Parish Church since 1530, it was dedicated to St James but changed its name when it was granted cathedral status in 1914 when it took the name of St Edmund. A perfect late Perpendicular composition of 9 bays leads the eye to the chancel and tran..
This 1430 church is famous for its spectacular nave roof with alternating arched braces and hammerbeams supported by angels and carvings of dragons, unicorns, fish and birds on the tympaniums. Also note the wagon roof of the chancel and the tomb of M..