Ipswich Cox Lane
Ipswich has definitely retained its original charm and unique character, even in the face of modernisation. While the main shopping areas are home to the usual brand-names, all it takes is a quick look up and you’ll see some superb examples of attractive and historic architecture. As you might expect from such a quirky town, Ipswich has a buzzing arts scene, evident in the internationally-acclaimed DanceEast, the New Wolesey Theatre, and the John Russel Gallery. Ipswich’s proximity to the River Orwell and the sea is a great reminder of its maritime history, which can be explored at the Window Museum. The Ipswich Cox Lane NCP puts you in touch with the majority of the town’s best attractions and amenities. The facility to book a parking space in advance means that parking in Ipswich with NCP is easy and convenient.
The Butter Market Parking
The Butter Market is Ipswich’s most popular shopping centre, and has recently undergone something of a facelift. It is now one of the most modern buildings in the town. It houses an extensive range of shops, from big-name brands to small, independent retailers. In addition to the retail outlets, the Butter Market has some great restaurants and cafés in which to refuel. You’ll even find an on-site cinema, where you can catch the latest Hollywood blockbusters and enjoy a sneaky hotdog. The Butter Market is just a five-minute walk from the Ipswich Cox Lane NCP, so you won’t have far to carry your bags when you head back to your car.
Goals Soccer Centre Parking
Although it’s been a while since Ipswich were in the Premier League, football is incredibly popular here. The Goals Soccer Centre, a mere seven-minute walk from the Ipswich Cox Lane NCP car park, boasts 11 pitches for five-a-side and seven-a-side matches, whatever the weather. Players can be of any level and there are courses for younger players, from age five to 15.
Ipswich Regent Parking
To soak up some of the town’s famous arts scene, head over to the Ipswich Regent. A large theatre and concert venue, it holds over 1,500 people and attracts luminaries from the worlds of comedy, music, and musicals. Park at the Ipswich Cox Lane NCP and you’ll only have to walk two minutes to the theatre doors, so you can be in your seat in plenty of time for curtain up.