- The Archaeological Service’s offices are open to visitors by appointment only.
Find out about the advice and services provided by the archaeological team and where you can go to learn more about Suffolk’s heritage.
Our Archaeology Service offers advice and information about the conservation of Suffolk's historic environment.
How to make a request for archaeological planning advice from Suffolk County Council.
The Archaeological Service is a free to use service that can identify and record archaeological objects found by members of the public.
The Historic Environment Record (HER) is a collection of information about the nature and location of archaeological sites in Suffolk.
Suffolk County Council Archaeological Archive is the main repository for material found as part of archaeological fieldwork in the county.
Heritage crime is “any offence which harms the value of England’s heritage assets and their setting to this and future generations”.