St Mary's Church
Crowne Street / Honey Hill, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1RT Route Planner
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Mon-Sat 10am-4pm (in winter 3pm)


This 1430 church is famous for its spectacular nave roof with alternating arched braces and hammerbeams supported by angels and carvings of dragons, unicorns, fish and birds on the tympaniums. Also note the wagon roof of the chancel and the tomb of Mary Tudor (1496-1533), sister of Henry VIII.


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