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The Ancient House

The Ancient House, also known as Sparrowe’s House, is a Grade I listed building dating from the 15th century located in the Buttermarket area. In 1980 the building was acquired and restored by...

The Corn Exchange

The Corn Exchange hosts a range of spectacular live events and performances and most recently it has been the stage for the notorious political debate program, Question Time. Also located to the back...

The Cornhill

The Cornhill has been at the centre of the town's life since Anglo-Saxon Times, and has been the focus of markets, public meetings, fairs and civic ceremonies. It was here in 1555-56 that the...

The Giles Statue

The Giles Statue, also known as 'The Grandma Statue', depicts the popular cartoon family from famous Ipswich-based illustrator Carl Giles, Britain's best loved cartoonist  Carl Giles drew...

The Pin Mill Studio

The Pin Mill Studio is a beautiful creative space on the banks of the River Orwell next door to the famous Butt and Oyster pub.  With a cafe overlooking the Pin Mill shoreline, a gallery...

The Smokehouse

The Smokehouse is a live music venue based at South Street Studios in Ipswich, Suffolk. Bridging the gap between local pubs and 100+ capacity performance spaces, the venue plays host to national and...

The Wheatsheaf

16th Century merchant’s house, contemporary with the Ancient House (Buttermarket) without the addition of the lavish pargetting of the latter. Formerly the Wheatsheaf Public House, it is now occupied...

The Willis Towers Watson Building

Ipswich is home to the Willis building, designed by the internationally renowned architect Norman Foster. The building was constructed between 1970 and 1975, and was said to be the start of a...

Topsail Charters

Sailing Barge Cruises from Ipswich on board “Thistle” and “Hydrogen”.  Private Hire and Public Cruises. Up to 50 guests for a relaxed and memorable river sail from Ipswich Waterfront. ...

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Trinity Park

Trinity Park is home to the Suffolk Agricultural Association. Formed as a charity in 1831, the Association’s main purpose is to advance and promote agriculture and allied industries. This it achieves...