The unique Landguard Peninsula is home to an 18th C. Fort, one of England’s best-preserved coastal defences, alongside the fascinating collections of the Felixstowe Museum. Stroll along the boardwalk at the Nature Reserve, home to a rich diversity of flora and fauna. In the evening, enjoy shows and entertainment at The Spa Pavilion
Sitting on cliffs between the town centre and beach, these eight Grade II listed gardens are of significant historic interest and give the town its title, "The Garden Resort of East Anglia". Take time to wander through the gardens on the 'Heritage Trail' and uncover the many historical features, structures, colourful and unusual planting.
The Landguard Peninsula includes Landguard Fort, Felixstowe Museum, Landguard Nature Reserve, Landguard Bird Observatory, the John Bradfield Viewing Area and the Landguard Visitor Centre (View Point Cafe) and Ferry.