The Aldeburgh Gallery

Visitor Information

Aldeburgh Gallery is a venue for contemporary, applied and visual arts, at the heart of East Anglia's Suffolk Heritage Coast. Aldeburgh is renowned as a centre of excellence for music and the arts, with festivals throughout the year.

143 High Street
Aldeburgh

Open Daily
10:00 - 17:00

01728 452772
01728 454168

143 High Street Aldeburgh

About Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh Gallery is prominently positioned in the centre of Aldeburgh high street, opposite the Aldeburgh Music box office and tourist information centre.

It has a large display window onto the high street, it is a light and airy space with a pleasant, inviting atmosphere.

Thousands of people flock to Aldeburgh through-out the year, to enjoy this charming traditional sea-side town on the east suffolk coast within an area of outstanding natural beauty, with interesting places to explore and visit, with stunning heathlands, forests, rivers, amazing walks and miles of interesting coastline.

In the past it was known for its fishing and boat building industry, both have since declined, but their are still fisherman who pull up their boats onto the shore and sell their catch from the huts on the beach.

The town boasts a number of first rate restaurants, cafes and pubs with an excellent range of shops and galleries, a good cinema showing a first class range of film and live theatre and operas. There is also a range of quality accommodation available.

Aldeburgh is internationally known for the Aldeburgh festival for music and the arts, begun by the composer Benjamin Britten together with Snape Maltings concert hall, there are many concerts held through-out the year to suit all tastes, along with many other art, music, and cultural events food and music festivals held trough-out the region.

Useful Information

Public Transport

The gallery is near the Aldeburgh bus stop.

Parking

Limited parking as available in Aldeburgh town centre.

Payment

We will happily accept payment through cash, cheque, credit and debit cards and postal orders.

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