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Prehistoric site which was thought to be graves but later confirmed as flint mines. You can climb down a ladder into the mine (unfortunately only those over 10 years old allowed). There's not much else there - no visitor centre but it is very near other places of interest like Mildenhall Meseum and West Stow Country Park. Impressive for its sense of time and place.
A lovely small privately founded museum near Bury. Contains many treasures some half a million years old from local finds and is an excellent visit for all ages.
This trip can take as long as you've got time to put into it. There is a huge playground and excellent museum, cafe and shop. The main attraction is the replica Anglo Saxon Village. Sometimes there are re-enactment events where people dress in Anglo Saxon outfits, cook food and talk about life in those times. Good for all ages.