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What will I do at

Choo Choo Moo?

You don't actually have to 'do' anything at Choo Choo Moo but relax and enjoy your immediate surroundings. However once you have had your fill of tranquility, nature and catching up on afternoon naps there are plenty of adventures to be had.

Man Walking in Fields

Take a walk

South Farm has a plethora of public and permissive footpaths leading away from the Railway carriages via a country lane. There are maps available to guide you.

Sip a beer at the brewery.

A brief walk away at the main farm building you'll find an award winning brewery.

Grain Brewery.

Here on a Friday and Saturday 12-7pm the tap room will be open for you to sample their delicious beers.

Special events can be found on our what's on page.


Taste the local wine

Perhaps take the bikes provided to explore the local lanes and visit Flint Vineyard. Their '15 mile' lunches are famous especially when paired with their English wine. Just be careful how many glasses you have before riding back!

Explore the Suffolk Coast

The Suffolk Coast has something for everyone. The deserted beaches of Covehithe are a must along with the wild stretches of beach between Walberswick and the historically fascinating Dunwich. Of course a visit to the area is not complete without a visiting Southwold and taking a photo of the pretty beach huts.

For more ideas head over to the Suffolk Coast Website.


Visit the 100th Bomb Squad Memorial Museum

Open weekends from March - October 10am-5pm and bank holidays. Housed in the original airfield control tower and surrounding atmospheric buildings at Thorpe Abbots just 8 miles away. The 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum is a moving testament to the Americans who came to Thorpe Abbotts in Norfolk to fight alongside the allies during World War Two.

100th Bomb Squad Control Tower
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