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Ipswich Transport Museum

 
Start date
28 March 2015
End date
28 November 2015
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

 
  • Strawberry Fair

    02 Jun

    Strawberry Fair, held at Midsummer Common and now into its third decade, is a major musical celebration on the Cambridge calendar. Lasting eleven hours it's a full day's entertainment and then some, and it's free.

  • Leestock

    03 Jun

    The quiet town of Sudbury bursts into life each summer with the return of Leestock. A small-scale festival set up to commemorate Lee Dunford, it fuses music with artistic events and plenty of community spirit!

  • Suffolk Show

    07 Jun

    The Suffolk Show is held on its own showground outside Ipswich, Trinity Park. It features farm livestock and equine classes, agricultural trade stands, flower shows, horticultural exhibits and grand ring displays, including international showjumpers.
  • Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts

    12 Jun

    Aldeburgh Festival was the brainchild of Suffolk composer Benjamin Britten and his life partner, the tenor Peter Pears in 1948. Every year Aldeburgh programmes not only acknowledged masterpieces but also new contemporary works at the Snape Maltings and in seaside Aldeburgh itself.

  • Ipswich Arts Festival

    15 Jun

    Ipswich bursts into life each summer with the return of the annual Ipswich Art Festival. A fusion of music, arts and family entertainment it draws tens of thousands of good-humored punters, and a fair few celebrity headliners, to locations throughout the city. 

  • Cambridge Midsummer Fair

    20 Jun

    The Cambridge Midsummer Fair has been held on Midsummer Common since the early 13th century. Starting with a Mayor's Procession, the fair features the usual rides, a comedy marquee and live music as well as a number of market stalls.
  • Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

    09 Jul

    As a renowned centre of learning and literature, Cambridge is an appropriate setting for this festival dedicated to all things Shakespeare. Taking place every summer, it celebrates the Bard's brilliance with performances of some of his most famous works.

  • Cambridge Folk Festival

    23 Jul

    Held annually in the grounds of Cherry Hinton Hall, the Cambridge Folk Festival is one of the most famous in the world. Listen to the best traditional UK folk to North American country, blues, roots and jazz on three stages.

  • Museum of East Anglian Life

    22 May

    The open-air Museum of East Anglian Life explores aspects of domestic, agricultural and industrial life in East Anglia over the last ten centuries. Objects of interest include a number of beautifully preserved and restored agricultural steam engines.
  • Sculpture Promenade

    22 May

    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.
  • Cambridge Beer Festival

    22 May

    The Cambridge Beer festival is one of the oldest in Britain, attracting crowds of over 32,000 visitors. Hundreds of different ales and beers, ciders and meads are all available for sampling.