Things to do
Explore some of the attractions in and around Southwold.
A Coastal Voyager cruise can take you slowly through breathtaking scenery and the deep V hull means that she gives an amazingly smooth ride even in a heavy sea.
Tours of the distillery are for the over 18s only and include a tutored tasting and a little something to take home.
Southwold Lighthouse stands in the middle of the historic resort of Southwold, in the heart of the beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coast. Southwold Lighthouse is a coastal mark for passing shipping and guides vessels into Southwold Harbour. The lighthouse i …
Take some change, and be prepared for a few surprises and laughs
Southwold’s unique cottage museum is owned and managed by the Southwold Museum & Historical Society and has an astonishing collection of objects, paintings, photographs, models and wildlife exhibits.
The only museum in Great Britain dedicated entirely to tell the story and the history of amber.
The cinema is run by the Southwold Film society – a charitable organisation celebrating the traditions of British cinema and classic films.
The museum tells the amazing story of Dunwich, a city lost to the sea.
Southwold Maize Maze is a giant puzzle of pathways within 8 acres of maize which grows as tall as the tallest person you know & probably even taller!
The SR Trust is dedicated to preserving the memory of this special little railway and re-opening as much of the old route as we can.
Model Yachts have been built and raced in Southwold for around 100 years. The Southwold Model Yacht Regattas, SMYR for short, is an informal organisation that arranges a series of races on the yacht pond in Southwold each Spring and Summer.
The ‘Alfred Corry Charitable Trust’ was set up in 1994 in order to restore and preserve the 1893 Southwold No.1 Lifeboat ‘Alfred Corry’ and the Museum is situated at the end of Ferry Road at Southwold harbour