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The official Facebook page for Landguard Fort.

The official Twitter page for Landguard Fort.

The official Instagram page for Landguard Fort.

Discover Landguard
The official website of the Landguard Peninsula at Felixstowe. The Peninsula includes Landguard Fort, Felixstowe Museum, Landguard Nature Reserve, Landguard Bird Observatory, the John Bradfield Viewing Area and the Landguard Visitor Centre (View Point Cafe) and Ferry.

Visit Felixstowe
The official tourism website for the seaside town of Felixstowe.

English Heritage
English Heritage cares for over 400 historic monuments, buildings and places - from world-famous prehistoric sites to grand medieval castles, from Roman forts on the edges of an empire to a Cold War bunker.

Landguard Conservation Trust (Bird Observatory)
The trust run and administer the Landguard Bird Observatory - whose primary function is to study and record the wildlife of the entire Landguard Peninsula.

Felixstowe History and Museum Society
The society run the Felixstowe Museum at the Landguard Peninsula, together with organising other activities and events around the town.

Harwich Haven Authority
Safeguarding the best natural haven on the east coast of England, the Harwich Haven Authority's role is to protect, conserve and improve the Haven for the benefit of future generations.

Port of Felixstowe
Britain's busiest container port and one of the largest in Europe. The port handles more than 4 million TEUs (Twenty-foot Equivalent Units) and welcomes approximately 3,000 ships each year, including the largest container vessels afloat today.

The Suffolk Coast
The official website of The Suffolk Coast, which includes Felixstowe.

Visit Suffolk
The official website for the county of Suffolk, which includes Felixstowe.

Victorian Forts and Artillery
A group for sharing anything connected with Victorian fortifications and associated artillery worldwide.

A history of coastal defences and their effectiveness
Two-hour long video - but packed with information and worth dipping your toes in. Opens in new window.