Ipswich, England Tourist Attractions
Ipswich, a busy country town, is situated on the Orwell estuary. It is one of the oldest towns in England and was at one time a busy port and trading center. Ipswich is home to many artists and galleries such as the Christchurch Mansion, the Gallery in Electric House and the Town Hall.
Easton - Farm Park
Easton is located northeast of Ipswich, near the edge of the Suffolk Coast. Easton Farm Park is set in the scenic Deben River Valley. The property features a working blacksmith's forge, dairy center, trails, farm animals and an adventure playground.
Address: Pound Corner, Easton IP13 0EQ, England
Opening hours: Sep 20 to Nov 2: 10:30am-4pm; Closed: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
Entrance fee in GBP: Family £21.00, Adult £6.50, Senior over 60 £6.00, Child £5.00
Disability Access: Partial facilities for persons with disabilities.
Guides: Interpretive sessions sometimes available.
Facilities: Gift shop, Restaurant or food service
Snape Maltings Concert Hall
Snape Maltings Concert Hall is recognized as one of the most stunning concert halls in Europe. Festivals held at this venue include: Aldeburgh Festival, Aldeburgh Early Music Festival and Snape Proms. Contact box office for dates and times, tel: (1728) 687110.
Aldeburgh - Easter at Snape Maltings
This annual five-day festival takes place during the Easter weekend. The festival honors the spirit of Easter with sacred music, while at the same time offering some secular music. Concerts include orchestral, chamber and choral concerts and recitals, with repertoires focusing on the baroque music of Mozart, the chamber music of Brahms and classical works by their contemporaries.The performances take place in Snape Maldings and Orford Church.
This annual month-long festival takes place in August, with a different concert every night. The strength of the festival is its diversity. Classical and medieval music combine with rock and reggae concerts to provide a program suited to everyone's interests.The performances take place in the Snape Maltings Concert Hall and Framlingham Church.
Woodbridge is located northeast of Ipswich. Ufford Park has an 18-hole golf course and Golfers Lodge. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, fully-loaded spa and a beauty salon. The town of Woodbridge features a variety of architectural styles such as Regency, Tudor, Georgian and Victorian.
390th Bomb Group Memorial Museum
In honor of the 390th Bomb Group, this museum includes a number of photographs, documents and uniforms. The first aircraft to be included in the collection is a Douglas DC-3.