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Attraction & event parking in Ipswich
Christchurch Park, opened in 1895, was the first park in Ipswich for use by the general public. It’s right in the middle of town and has the NCP’s Ipswich Tower Ramparts car park close by, so you can conveniently combine shopping and strolling in these pleasant surroundings and not have far to walk afterwards.
New Wolsey Theatre
The New Wolsey Theatre was opened in 1979 and is currently the home of the New Wolsey Theatre Company. This is a registered charity committed to high quality and accessible productions on a not for profit basis. Come along and enjoy a show, leaving your car at the nearby Ipswich Tower Ramparts NCP car park so you needn’t worry about getting a ticket.
As Ipswich Station is only 68 miles from London’s Liverpool Street Station it’s very handy for getting into the capital quickly and conveniently. Leave your vehicle in the Ipswich Station NCP car park and you can be in London in less than an hour to enjoy shopping in Oxford Street or the latest stage hit in the West End.
You can reach Sutton Hoo in less than 30 minutes by car from central Ipswich, and it’s certainly worth a visit. It is the site of two burial grounds from the Anglo Saxon period, around the 6NPC’s Ipswich Tower Ramparts car park, visit the museum and restaurant and enjoy a fun and educational day at the dig site. century, and is one of the most important archaeological sites in the UK. Unearthed in 1939, one of the sites is a ship burial of a king, and his weapons, helmet and royal treasure have become iconic symbols of those heroic days, the age of Beowulf. Starting out from the
This splendid four level shopping centre was opened in 1992 and has 32 retail units. Spend a great day shopping here and enjoying refreshments regardless of the weather. As it’s in the middle of town and has the handy NCP Ipswich Tacket Street car park just along the road, The Buttermarket really couldn’t be more convenient for all your shopping needs.
The Corn Exchange
The Corn Exchange in Ipswich is an exciting and lively theatrical venue in the middle of town. Occupying the first two floors of a larger building, it hosts pantomimes, comedians, musicals, rock acts and much else besides. Park nearby at the NCP’s Ipswich Portman Road car park and enjoy a great evening out here; there are plenty of bars, cafés and restaurants in the immediate vicinity.
Ipswich Town Football Club
Founded in 1878 and turning professional in 1936, Ipswich Town FC is based at Portman Road, where home games are played. If you enjoy football, why not leave the car nearby at the convenient Ipswich Portman Road NCP car park and come along to enjoy a match in friendly surroundings?