It turns out there’s plenty to see and do in the county of Suffolk! This is where we can find the traditional seaside resort town of Lowestoft, thought to be one of the earliest known settlements of humans in Britain with our origins there tracing back roughly 700,000 years.
Then there’s the home of Greene King (UK’s largest brewer and pub retailer), Bury St. Edmunds, where the popular brewery is based. There’s a visitor centre right next door and tours are run most week days, with the brewery producing unique beers such as Old Speckled Hen, which of course always taste better at their original source of brewing. Another nearby seaside town, Felixstowe, is also significant for housing the largest container port in the UK.
That being said, the two most well known Suffolk towns would have to be Newmarket, considered the long-term home and birthplace of thoroughbred horse racing, and the primary County town of Ipswich, where Suffolk’s only professional football league club – Ipswich Town F.C. – is based. As such, Suffolk could be considered a hub for sporting and/or gambling activities. Fans of either past-time won’t be left disappointed.
As the largest town in the area, Ipswich naturally presents the widest range of fun activities to do. One of these is the popular Fun Casino Nights, which serves the area with ‘luxury casino events for hire’. While Suffolk doesn’t have its own permanent land-based casino, this represents the next best thing, with fully trained Croupiers dealing on illuminated Blackjack and Roulette tables. You can even choose between a Las Vegas or James Bond theme for an unforgettable night of entertainment! You might not be able to find that amazing jackpot that you can find online, but if you want some casino fun, Ipswich is the place to be!