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Ipswich Transport Museum

 
Start date
28 March 2014
End date
28 November 2014
Hours
Sun and Bank Holidays 11am-4pm (opening hours vary according to season)
Cost
£4.50; concessions £4; 4-14s £2.50
Address
Ipswich Transport Museum Ipswich Old Trolleybus Depot, Cobham Rd IP3 9JD
Telephone
+44 (0) 1473 715 666
Email
enquiries@ipswichtransportmuseum.co.uk
Directions
Bus to Felixstowe Road Bridge
Dennis New World Fire Engine, 1939, in the Ipswich Transport Museum collection

Generally open only on Sundays, the museum also usually opens on bank holidays. Please check before visiting.

Other Events

 
  • Christmas at Wimpole

    03 Dec

    Celebrate Christmas in traditional style with Christmas in the Stable Courtyard at Wimpole Hall. This special event includes live Christmas carols played by a brass band as well as mulled wine, roast chestnuts and Santa's grotto.
  • Mill Road Winter Fair

    04 Dec

    The Mill Road Winter Fair celebrates the quirky community spirit and multiculturalism that make this road in Cambridge so special. Restaurants along the street prepare special foods from different cultures, while locals show off their musical and artistic talents.
  • Christmas & New Year Ghost Tour

    12 Dec

    Scudamore's Punting Company's Christmas & New Year Ghost Tour combines a spine-chilling, candle-lit punting tour with a spooky guided walk through Cambridge. It starts at the Mill Lane station and finishes at Market Square. Booking is recommended.
  • A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

    24 Dec

    The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at King's College Chapel was first given on Christmas Eve 1918 and has been broadcast worldwide since 1928. No Christmas is complete without the dulcet tones of Once In Royal David's City.
  • Sculpture Promenade

    28 Nov

    After the success of its inaugural year, Cambridge's Sculpture Promenade returns to the grounds of the Fitzwilliam Museum. A free installation of contemporary sculpture, it showcases works by some of the most talented artists working today.