Eastern Tourist Attractions

We have contacted many tourist attractions in the East of England, and compiled a list of the ones that accept dogs.

Click on the name of the dog friendly attraction in the table for further information, including any restrictions they impose, or facilities they provide.


Audley End House and GardensHistoricDogs on leads welcomeSaffron Waldon
english heritage
Cambridge Meridian Golf ClubDogs catered for with shady parking areas, special competitions for owners with dogs. Dog lunches available. Plenty of footpaths. Dog friendly patio drinking and eating area.Toft
Denny Abbey and the Farmland MuseumHistoricDogs on leads welcomeCambridge
english heritage
Grafham WaterWalkDogs welcome Huntingdon
Hinchingbrooke ParkWalkDogs are very welcome around the park but must be kept within sight and under control at all times, on a lead within the Wildlife Area and in the cafe.Huntingdon
Rutherford’s PuntingBoatingDogs are welcome on our punting boats, we provide dog bowls with water, and dog treats when booking online.Cambridge
Rutherford's Punting
Tilbury FortHistoricDogs on leads welcome.Tilbury
Wicken Fen National Nature ReserveNature ReserveWell-behaved dogs on leads are welcome in the wider nature reserve. Your dog may accompany you into the café on a short lead while you choose and order your food.  Seating is available on picnic benches beside the boat house or in the car park.Wicken
Wimpole HallHouseDogs are allowed in the parkland, wider estate, Stable Block yard and on the terrace outside the Old Rectory Restaurant. Dog water bowls are provided in the Stables, outside the Restaurant and at the side of the mansion. Dogs are not permitted in the Hall, Gardens, Home Farm or Restaurant.Cambridge
Wrest ParkHistoricDogs on leads are welcome to enjoy our grounds.Luton
english heritage
Wroxham BarnsTourist AttractionDogs are permitted into the Funfair, in the Farmyard Cafe, and on the grassy picnic area outside. Sorry, no dogs in the restaurant.Hoveton