Snape Maltings is located in the village of Snape, Suffolk, five miles from Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast and just two hours by train from London.
Address: Snape Maltings, Snape, Saxmundham, Suffolk IP17 1SP
We have free parking available on site.
Shops open: Monday–Saturday 10am–5.30pm • Sunday 10.30am–4.30pm (browsing from 10am)
Christmas Opening Hours
Saturday 23 December 9.30am–5.30pm
Sunday 24 December 10am–4pm (browsing from 9.30am)
Christmas Day: closed
Boxing Day: closed
Wednesday 27 December onward including New Years Eve & New Years Day: normal trading hours
Box Office at Snape: open 10am–4.30pm every day and two hours prior to concerts at Snape Maltings Concert Hall. Closed from Sunday 24 December, reopening on Tuesday 2 January 2018.
Please note that our box office at 152 High Street in Aldeburgh is now closed. We plan to move back to the Aldeburgh Cinema after 42 years, opening on 1 February 2018. In the meantime, for all enquiries please call 01728 687110 or visit the box office in Snape.
Visitor Centre: Monday–Friday 9.30am–5.30pm • Saturday 10am–5.30pm • Sunday 10am–4.30pm
Closed on Christmas Day & Boxing Day
Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Hoffmann Building and the Granary Gallery have lift access to all levels. An infrared hearing system is available in the Concert Hall, and both infrared and induction loop hearing systems are available in the Britten Studio and Jerwood Kiln Studio in the Hoffmann Building.
Car parking spaces adjacent to Snape Maltings Concert Hall and the Hoffmann Building are provided for blue/orange badge holders attending concerts. These need to be booked in advance with the Box Office on 01728 687110.
For dog owners
Snape Maltings is popular with dog walkers, who are welcome to walk around the site and beyond.
Dogs are not permitted inside any of the shops, cafés or venues. There are plenty places to secure your dog and water bowls provided around the site.
However, dogs are welcome in outdoor seating at the Granary Tea Shop, the terrace outside the Concert Hall Café as well as in part of the Plough and Sail pub and its courtyard seating.