Abbey Fest 2013 - The Bury St.Edmunds Music Festival - How To Get Here
The borough of St Edmundsbury lies in the west of the county of Suffolk, in the region of East Anglia. The borough sits in the centre of the triangle created by the cities of Norwich, Ipswich and Cambridge. It runs from Haverhill in the south, near the Essex and Cambridgeshire borders, up to Knettishall and Euston on the Norfolk boundary. Set in the middle is Bury St Edmunds, the historic market town. It is an area of unspoilt natural beauty, largely excluded from the developments of the industrial revolution and with a keen sense of its rural heritage.
By CarBury St Edmunds is situated on the A14 at junction 43 which has good links to all major trunk roads in the East of England.
Post Code: IP33 1LS
Car Park Information
By RailBury St Edmunds has its own railway station, connecting to Cambridge, Ipswich and the London-Norwich line.
By BusThere are bus stations in both Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill. The former is serviced by National Express coach connections from all over the country.
Bury St.Edmunds Historic Town Map
Once at Bury St.Edmunds, consult this town map to locate Abbey Gardens (The green shaded area opposite). The entrance to Abbey Fest is via the main Abbey Gardens gate and not Mustow Street. This has been implemented as is a much safer entrance and allows you to enjoy the Abbey Gardens very impressive flowers displays and layouts as you enter.
Tourist Information Centre
For more information about the area, feel free to contact the tourist information centre