One of England's oldest towns

Over 1,500 years of maritime industry and agricultural heritage

Anglo-Saxon settlers, Vikings invasions, royal visits, global trade, emigration, refugees, war and culture; a lot has happened in Ipswich over the past millennium and half and so much of it is still here for you to explore.

Whether it's visiting one of the town's museums, following the Blue Plaque trail or simply wandering the Tudor and Victorian streets; discover old English sights, sounds and stories throughout Ipswich.

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Berridges

Family jewellers with beautiful vintage and luxury collections. Berridges are proud to say that all their jewellery is personally selected, they're a family business and choose to work with...

Bistro on the Quay

The Bistro is situated on the historic waterfront of Ipswich, Suffolk. The restaurant is housed in a former salt warehouse overlooking the new marina and is easily accessible by foot, car or sail....

Briarbank Bar & Brewery

TAP INTO A WARM WELCOME AT BRIARBANK When you’re looking for a great beer experience in Ipswich, look no further than the Briarbank Brewing Company. Set just moments from the historic waterfront in...

Byron Burgers

Famously proper burgers.  Byron Burger serve simple, delicious, juicy hamburgers, made with the best ingredients possible with a make proper hamburgers, the way they should be. Located in...

Caffe Basso

They are a small and friendly local Italian Caffé located in the heart of Ipswich, ideally positioned between the town centre and the marina. They serve a delicious range of hot and cold food,...

Caffe Nero

The Caffè Nero philosophy is really very simple: Premium Italian coffee. A warm and welcoming atmosphere. Good food and great personal service....

Casablanca

Fusing Lebanese and Moroccan cuisine, bringing a unique array of beautiful dishes to tantalise the palate.  Our award winning chefs offer a treat for your taste buds. Come and experience fine...