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  • 1 Christchurch Mansion

    Museums and art

    st. Soane

    This Tudor style building has some treasures from the town of Ipswich and its surroundings. It has a fine collection of paintings by 17C artists from Suffolk, including Constable (The Mill Stream, the House of Willy Lott and two paintings of the Stou..

  • 2 St Margaret's Church

    Religious buildings

    Bolton Lane

    This 14C parish church built from finely worked stone houses a remarkable diaphragm framework and 13C stele.

  • 3 Old house

    Architecture, castles and historic districts


    This house has decorative elements from the Restoration, with stucco relief featuring nymphs, pelicans and the continents known at the time. Although it is now a shop, visitors can admire the oak panelling completed in around 1603, the ceilings and t..

  • 4 Willis Corroon Building

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    This glass building was completed in 1975 by architect Norman Foster as one of the temples of insurance, a major business in Ipswich.

  • 5 Docks

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The Victorian Wet Docks and their warehouses, stores and malt warehouses were once the largest in the world. Today, they offer a pleasant walk ending in a visit to the Tolly Cobbold Brewery.

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