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Wow is all I can say! Ipswich has done it again with a wonderfully simple exhibition centred round Rodin's 'The kiss'. This exhibition is open until April so go and see it. Centre piece of course is the famous couple.An early sketch by William Blake....More
Lured by the coupe this museum had in getting the Rodin works, I went to visit.....
I was totally wowed by the "Kiss n Tell" by Auguste Rodin...a piece hewn n' honed artwork from a huge a single piece of marble rock into a master...More
Although relatively small, the museum has a good permanent collection. It's collection of John Constable paintings and drawings is worth the visit alone. Alongside this are special exhibitions. Most recently we have seen the exhibition focussing on Wolsey's angels and then the current one built...More
One of my favourite locations in Ipswich (second only to the Museum). Great cafe offering inside or outside tables to eat at. Always make a point of stopping here for a cup of tea and fruit scone, clotted cream and jam, when walking around the...More
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Hi. Really it depends on what day of the week and at what time, as you may be lucky enough to be able to park on a nearby street which surround Christchurch Park. Otherwise, there is public car parking in Ipswich town... More
Hi. Really it depends on what day of the week and at what time, as you may be lucky enough to be able to park on a nearby street which surround Christchurch Park. Otherwise, there is public car parking in Ipswich town centre, which is a relativity short walk away.
1st visit to Ipswich at Easter........ (5 Replies)
Me & my hubby are visiting friends who live near to Ipswich for a few days,then actually staying in the town from Good Fri afternoon - Easter Monday afternoon in the Travelodge by the marina.As it's a 1st time for the both of us,I'd like sum info on what is the best places to see whilst there. I'm abit of a planner when booking breaks & hols,so hav already trawled the net,read reviews on the hotel,different restaurants,seen all the stuff the town has to offer etc.,just wud like a...More
March 26, 2014|
You already seem to have done a lot of research, so I won't go over the obvious things (Christchurch Mansion et al). Although you're only in Ipswich for the weekend, if you're staying with your friends and can get into Ipswich on the Thursday or the Tuesday, there are guided walks at 2.15pm from Tourist Information Office. These are always very informative and useful to anyone interesting in History. In addition to the obvious things, there are little historical nuggets all over the town....More