visit the BID members section

Welcome to our bury st. edmunds

Visit Bury St Edmunds

 

Visiting Bury St Edmunds is a picturesque, thriving market town, which brings together the old and the new and this is one good reason why you should visit Bury St Edmunds. Why not visit the ruins of the medieval abbey which is just a short walk from the expanding arc shopping centre, the  popular Cornhill Walk  or the side streets in the Medieval Grid with an overall offering  of a mix of national brands and a range of independent boutiques, salons and spas. Visiting Bury St Edmunds will give you so much to do, and we have only given you a small taster... 

 

Visit Bury St Edmunds and you will have a great time.

Named after St Edmund, martyred in 870, Bury St Edmunds still proudly cherishes The Abbey, whichis believed to house his remains, making it an important pilgrimage site. Bury St Edmunds has Suffolk’s only cathedral, and the only remaining Regency Theatre in England. Its American connection is with Martha’s Vineyard, whose discoverer named it after his Bury born daughter in 1602. Amidst its history, Bury St Edmunds boasts a host of venues for eating, drinking, shopping, and relaxing, making it a great place to visit. Use our complete guide to bury st edmunds before you visit...

 

Visit Bury St Edmunds and we are sure you will not be disappointed! 

 

The market town of Bury St Edmunds, with its impressive produce market every Wednesday and Saturday,  is nestled in the heart of Suffolk. It is known for the Abbey Gardens, which is a ruined abbey right in the town centre. Bury is a very popular destination for tourists and locals to the surrounding area, the main reason for that is its array of shops, eateries and tourist attractions. Visit the old side of the town and see the Cathedral in all its glory, the medieval quarter of the town and the Abbey Gardens itself. While in the newer side of the town you can browse the large assortment of shops, restaurants entertainment centres.

 

Latest News

27/04/2015What cannot be contained: Contemporary British PaintingWhat Cannot Be Contained is a group exhibition which offers different propositions towards an understanding of contemporary painting.

24/04/2015 Spend An Evening With Julian Lloyd WebberIn his new presentation, Julian Lloyd Webber will take the audience on an historical and musical journey

24/04/2015Fantastic Finnish Fiddles!Frigg went down a storm at The Apex on their first ever UK tour in 2013 and now they’re back

20/04/2015Spring into the kitchen with Wilko’s new trend rangesSpring into the kitchen with Wilko’s new trend ranges including a fantastic baking range and a quality plastic storage range.

17/04/2015Spring Events at The Angel HotelThis Spring, enjoy a collection of fantastic events and offers to enjoy at The Angel Hotel.

17/04/2015Employing Foreign Workers? – Don’t get caught out. The Laws on employing Foreign Workers are a minefield and it is difficult to keep up to date on current legislation.

16/04/2015Themed tours of St Edmundsbury CathedralThe tour guides at St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Bury St Edmunds, are offering a series of themed tours to enable local residents and visitors.

14/04/2015Suffolk Festival of Ideas is coming to Casa del MarAs part of this year’s inaugural Suffolk Festival, Casa del Mar will be adding an exciting event to the festival line up.

02/04/2015Celebrating 45 yearsFamily-run Bury St Edmunds bike shop Micks Cycles is preparing to celebrate its 45th anniversary.

28/03/2015Smiths Row OpenSmiths Row is delighted to announce the return of their open exhibition aiming to uncover some of the exciting art produced in the Eastern Region.

24/03/2015Bury St Edmunds FestivalAbbeygate Cinema is once again delighted to be a part of the annual Bury St Edmunds Festival with a range of stunning and thought provoking films to stimulate and thrill.

13/03/2015Festival of Sport launched for Bury St EdmundsSports groups & organisations in Bury St Edmunds are being invited to join the town’s first ever Festival of Sport

12/03/2015Tribute to St Edmund as summer wolf trail launchedVisitors to Bury St Edmunds could find themselves coming face to face with a wolf or two as part of art trail project.

What do you think of Bury St Edmunds?

Residents, shoppers and visitors to Bury St Edmunds are being asked to participate in an annual study which aims to improve people’s experiences of the town centre. Business owners are also being asked complete a separate questionnaire to assess their confidence in the local economy.

To complete the survey please click here

read more >>

Spend An Evening With Julian Lloyd Webber

In his new presentation, Julian Lloyd Webber will take the audience on an historical and musical journey

read more >>

Smiths Row Open

Smiths Row is delighted to announce the return of their open exhibition aiming to uncover some of the exciting art produced in the Eastern Region.

read more >>

Festival of Sport launched for Bury St Edmunds

Sports groups & organisations in Bury St Edmunds are being invited to join the town’s first ever Festival of Sport

read more >>

Download the 'our bury st edmunds app'

Everything this website has to offer at the touch of your hand...

For iPhone click here
For Android click here
 

So what is 'Our' Bury St Edmunds all about

'Our' Bury St. Edmunds is for you...after all it is our Bury St Edmunds. 'Our' is here for one main reason to promote Bury to its proud residents and visitors, to let everyone know what amazing things there are to do every day and every night. 'Our' is the new hub for Bury St Edmunds with latest news, all the music, all the events, all the culture and not forgeting all the shopping. So next time you're visiting Bury St Edmunds check out 'Our' before you come...

join now >>
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...
    • Park in Bury St Edmunds all day for just £2.30 (IP33 1XP & IP33 3BA)...

Looking for something to do?

Here's 'Our' pick of the Entertainment...

Theatre Royal

The Theatre Royal, built by William Wilkins in 1819, is the only surviving example of a Regency theatre in Britain

Bury St Edmunds Library

Part of the Suffolk Libraries group, a full range of books, DVDs and a good cafe

Cineworld

UK's number one multiplex cinema chain

Betfred

Betfred caters for all your betting and gaming needs both in store and online

View all >>

Our Bury St Edmunds tweets ...

"RT @DeniseourbseBID: Is this Springfield or #BuryStEdmunds ? Doh @ourburysteds t.co/7Gs8l9gYrE" 27th April 2015 16:04pm

"Head to @giraffetweet this Wednesday for a fun filled quiz nigh. You have the chance of #winning £50 worth of vouchers #thingstodoinsuffolk" 27th April 2015 15:04pm

"Grammy-nominated singer, Stacey Kent is coming to the @theatreroyalbse on 29th April t.co/jyOUv9A74V" 27th April 2015 14:04pm

Follow us on twitter >>

Free Family Law Health check

Free diagnostic check with a Gross & Co expert for advice on issues with: Grandparents, unmarried couples, separation, divorce, premarital agreement.

read more >>
 

Need a map?

View our map showing all the retailers and businesses in the centre of town...

click here to view the map >>
 

Need to find a specific business?

Sector:
Sub-Sector:
Name:
view results >>

Your comments about Bury St Edmunds?

Rachel, Thurston

The Saints Cafe that is down Abbeygate Street is my favourite place in bury for a post-shop coffee, they always have great local food!


Sophie, Bury St Edmunds

Valley Connection is my Indian of choice in Bury


Tom, Ashley

Great food, great drinks, great bar- The LP bar is awesome


 

Send us your comments...

Name
Location
Email
Comments
Send >>

90 Guildhall street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1PR

admin@ourburystedmunds.com   01284 766258