Ipswich Portman Road
Ipswich sits on the banks of the picturesque River Orwell. Once a Medieval trading port, it boomed in the Victorian era and you’ll still find plenty of 18th century buildings tucked between post-war redevelopments. The jewel in Ipswich’s crown is the waterfront, where you’ll find restaurants, shops and galleries. Alternatively, you can order a drink at one of the cafés and spend some time watching boats and yachts coming and going to and from the marina.
Ipswich has a lively arts scene and you can get your cultural fix with a visit to DanceEast or the New Wolsey Theatre. In the peak seasons, parking in Ipswich can be quite limited – unless you know where to go! The Ipswich Portman Road NCP is situated within easy access of some of the town’s most popular attractions. With the facility to pre-book spaces, you can beat the crowds and explore Ipswich at your leisure.
Ipswich Town Football Club Parking
Despite forming in 1878, Ipswich wasn’t welcomed into the ranks of the professionals until 1936. The town’s footballing fortunes have varied over the years, with the club occasionally finding itself in the Premier League – only to be relegated to the bottom. However, the Ipswich Town Football Club ground isn’t solely for football fans; it also doubles as a venue for rock concerts, attracting big name artists to come and play here. Whether you’re catching a match, seeing your favourite band, or taking a tour of the grounds, parking in the Ipswich Portman Road NCP is extremely convenient, and is just a two-minute walk away.
Ipswich Cineworld Cinema Parking
If you fancy relaxing with a bucket of popcorn in front of the latest Hollywood blockbuster, pay a visit to the Ipswich Cineworld cinema. A mere eight-minute stroll from the Ipswich Portman Road NCP, it’s part of the Cardinal Park leisure complex which houses a plethora of restaurants, shops, and bars. The Cineworld cinema boasts 11 screens, including an IMAX and 4DX screen. With your car parked conveniently close by, you can grab a bite to eat in the Cardinal Park centre before buying tickets to one of the latest cinematic releases. And don’t forget the popcorn!