The Tide Mill was the last commercially working tide mill in the UK, and is a rare surviving example. It has recently been fully restored to working order and now houses a fun museum with milling demonstrations held periodically.
An independent, family run nursery located a stone’s throw from Woodbridge. Whether gardening is your passion, or you just want something simple and easy to brighten up the patio, they have a fantastic range plants for you. Most of their stock is grown by them on their two-acre site, so you can be confident that the plants they sell are strong and healthy and should thrive with the right care. Unlike garden centres, their focus is firmly on the plants - with the exception of compost and a small choice of pots they sell nothing else! Susanna and her knowledgeable staff offer a friendly, helpful service and buying direct from the grower means you save money without having to compromise on quality.
A pleasant walk with views along the Deben will take you past a children’s play area towards Kyson’s Hill, owned by the National Trust, and once a favourite spot of Victorian landscape painter, Thomas Churchyard. If you keep going, you can walk over the hill and all the way back into the town centre.
The wide range of local produce at the Farmers Market –
at Woodbridge Community Centre on the second and fourth Saturday every month
Based in the heart of the town, just a stones throw away from the train station. Inside you will find over twenty showcases full of beautiful items from dealers, selling a diverse variety of antique pieces that reflect their own tastes, passions and field of expertise. This variety includes silver, fine and costume jewellery, watches, ceramics, glass, treen and other interesting items from times gone by. A selection of items stocked can be seen on their website.
A traditional delicatessen selling cheese, charcuterie, pies, fine wines, Italian pastries and more. Open 09:30-17:00 Monday - Saturday Closed Sunday & Bank Holidays
An award winning 16th century Suffolk Inn, located in neighbouring Bromeswell, that serves some of the best food East Anglia has to offer. It has log burners, original oak beams, sloping ceilings and an eclectic mixture of pop and local art (the owner’s collection). It’s a traditional pub with a very contemporary feel with a cosy ambiance. It is known for its friendly welcome and relaxed but busy vibe.