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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Caffe Nero

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


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...

Central Canteen

Cock and Pye

Step into the Cock and Pye, situated on Upper Brook Street, to discover a fantastic pub offering, everything from traditional breakfasts, great pub food and a great kids menu. With its appealing...


Our first Espresso Bar started in 2006 at the Neptune Marina Building. We continue to enjoy welcoming people to the Ipswich Waterfront, which is a perfect location all year round to enjoy the...

Coriander Kitchen

To find out more and purchase gift vouchers for our cookery classes please visit our website.For more information and images of our catering and Afternoon Chai experience, visit our website...


National coffee shop with a range of coffee's, cold drinks and snacks....