Parking in Ipswich
Ipswich is Suffolk’s county town. Its central area is for the most part thoroughly modern, but there are still quite a few much older buildings which in some cases date back to medieval times. Ipswich, like several other towns across this part of the UK, rose to great prominence around the 13th century when the wool trade was the major British industry, bringing enormous wealth to the rising merchant classes. Later on, coal was a major export. Use the local NCP Ipswich car park facilities, which can be booked in advance, to explore this attractive and compact town on foot.
Points of interest
A real appreciation of Ipswich’s commercial and industrial past can be had in venues like Ipswich Museum, while the ornamental façade of Ancient House in Buttermarket is a living reminder of a prosperous the city’s prosperous history. The nearby pre-bookable NCP car park in Ipswich is convenient for leaving the car without having to be concerned about getting a ticket, and is especially handy if you’re planning on doing some shopping.