Sutton Hoo, near Woodbridge in Suffolk, was the burial place of Anglo-Saxon royalty.
Beany Z says:
The burial mounds at Sutton Hoo date to the 6th-7th centuries AD. The most famous is the one excavated in 1939 by Basil Brown. He found the remains of a large ship and the grave goods of a Saxon king, identified as Redwald. A visitor centre with a museum has recently been built, and during its construction, prehistoric remains and more Saxon finds were revealed.