Landguard Peninsula

Felixstowe Museum is situated on a stunning stretch of Suffolk coastline. The Landguard peninsula is home to a 33 hectare Nature Reserve , designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Rare plants, migrating birds and military fortifications make Landguard a unique and enthralling place to visit. Why not top off your visit to the Museum with a stroll along the beach, where you can expect to see starfish, the only kelp in Suffolk and perhaps even a seal! Away from the shoreline, the Nature Reserve is a real must for wildlife enthusiasts. Look out for Mediterranean Gulls, Hummingbird Hawk Moths and the elusive Common Lizard.

There are special activities for all ages at Landguard.  Find out more on the Discover Landguard website.

Beyond Landguard, there is plenty more to see and do in Felixstowe, especially in this Platinum Jubilee Year. Don’t miss the restored Seafront Gardens, Art on the Prom, Felixstowe Book Festival,  live music and theatre, a bustling high street and breathtaking views – Felixstowe is a must-see destination for any visitor to Suffolk.