"Woodbridge, Suffolk" Woodbridge by joanj

Woodbridge Travel Guide: 23 reviews and 53 photos

Woodbridge town has narrow streets with Tudor timber-framed buildings, also a Victorian windmill, a unique 18thC Tide Mill on the river, two museums, 1) the Town Museum, 2( the Suffolk Horse Museum.

You can also walk along the river bank and enjoy wonderful views.
There are plenty of places to eat too,

The picture shows the 18th C. Tide Mill, which dates from the early industrial revolution. It is situated on a busy quayside, and was restored in 1973

Inside the mill are several working models, a video and various displays. The wheel turns most summer days at varying times. The times are listed in the brochure from the site office.

There is an Annual Art Exhibition too.

for Information telephone (44) 01473 626618

web site www.tidemill.org.uk

Woodbridge is situated 8 miles east of Ipswich.

Buttrum's Mill

Buttrum's Mill is a magnificent 6 - storey tower mill dating from 1835.

It has been fully restored, and the sails can be seen turning most week-ends.

The milling machinery inside if a fine example of the millwright's craft and should not be missed.

for info. telephone (44) 01473 583352

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  • Pros:a lovely picturesque town to visit at a leisurely pace
  • In a nutshell:Quaint Suffolk Town
  • Last visit to Woodbridge: Jan 2003
  • Intro Updated May 9, 2016
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