Once home to one of the most powerful monasteries of medieval Europe, Bury has long attracted visitors for its powerful history, atmospheric ruins, Georgian architecture, and bustling agricultural markets. Abbey Park is a picturesque ruin residing in beautiful gardens behind the cathedral. You can enter the park via one of two well preserved old gates. The 14th century Great Gate is intricately decorated. The other entrance sits further up Angel Hill, where a gargoyle studded early 20th century Norman Tower is situated. St Edmundsbury Cathedral with its 45 meter high Millenium Tower is a sight to behold. Its traditional Gothic style gives a good idea of how the towers of other English cathedrals must have looked. The famous Greene King Brewery has been churning out some of England’s favorite booze since Victorian times, and you can enjoy a museum and tour here. The town’s main art gallery is Moyse’s Hall Museum, which houses an impressive collection of 12th century works.