Theatres and nature reserves are among the Suffolk venues that have confirmed closures after the Queen's death was announced last night.

The 96-year-old monarch died at Balmoral in Scotland yesterday afternoon, with a period of mourning now underway.

After the Queen's death was confirmed, several visitor attractions announced they would close as a mark of respect.

RSPB Minsmere on the Suffolk coast has said all visitor facilities will be closed on Friday, but will reopen on Saturday.

Felixstowe Pier has confirmed it will be closed until midday on Friday as a mark of respect to the Queen.

The Regal in Stowmarket confirmed it closed on Thursday evening, but is set to reopen on Friday.

Africa Alive zoo in Kessingland, on the Suffolk coast, closed early on Thursday evening, with tickets being eligible at 12.30pm the following day.

Suffolk Libraries has said all library events and activities will not go ahead as planned, but the venues will remain open as usual.