Sudbury Tourist Information Centre is located in the town's library on Market Hill and offers a wide range of services for residents and visitors alike. The award winning centre was saved from closure when its management was transferred to Sudbury Town Council in 2011.
The friendly and highly trained members of staff can help people to:
Help visitors both local and from further afield get the most out of their visit to Sudbury and surrounding towns and villages.
Book local guided walks and pick up maps for local trails around the beautiful Sudbury landscape and surrounding AONB.
Find ideas for fantastic days out or weekends away
Book accommodation anywhere in England
Pick up theatre programmes and events lists
Buy books, maps, walks and cycle route guides of local places of interest
Get great ideas for keeping the children entertained during the holidays
Book tickets for National Express, Felix and Karners coach trips and journeys
Book tickets for Colchester Zoo
People are welcome to pop into the centre and browse through the many leaflets and guides available or simply to chat with the friendly members of staff.
Monday - Thursday; 9.30 am - 4.30 pm. Friday; 9.30 am - 4 pm. Saturday; 10 am - 2.30 pm
Telephone: 01787 881320
Sudbury Tourist Information Centre, The Library, Market Hill, Sudbury, Suffolk. CO10 2EN.
Tourist Information Advisors:
Mrs Susan Gale
Mrs Veronica Barrett
"We had never been to Sudbury. So our first step was to the tourist information. What friendly and helpful ladies. They all took time for us.
They estimated our interest very well and we received a lot of tips. Thanks to these cheerful ladies we had a very nice holiday in Sudbury and surroundings!"
hansk19666 on Tripadvisor, July 2019