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Beauty Salons, Hairdressers, Spas in Ipswich 1938

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Ipswich 1938

Ipswich is well connected with services to both London Stansted and Norwich International Airports. In addition, the Ipswich station is located within a mile of the town centre and provides frequent services to London, Norwich, Cambridge, and Lowestoft. Driving in the city can be slow due to frequent congestion on the roads. Ipswich is cycle-friendly, with several cycle paths and shared pavements, as well as the benefit of the town being relatively flat. The Ipswich Museum on High Street is one of the oldest publicly funded museums in Britain outside of London and contains many galleries, including the Victorian Natural History Gallery. The Ancient House on Buttermarket is one of Suffolk's best examples of Pargeting (a decorative plastering applied to building walls). The building dates back to the 1400s and was restored in 1984. Other intriguing architectural buildings include the Wolsey's Gate or the Willis Building, which was designed by Sir Norman Foster. Crown Pools on Crown Street is one of the best leisure centres in Suffolk and provides an assortment of different pools to accommodate all types of swimmers of all ages. Boat owners can take advantage of the ever popular Ipswich Haven Marina, which has been expanded twice since its opening in 2000. A few of the local public parks include Sherrington Park on Sherrington Road, Broomhill Park on Valley Road and the large Christchurch Park on Westfield Road. The Ipswich Town Football Club play their matches at the Portman Road Stadium and maintain a strong rivalry with the Norwich Football Club. The new Wolsey Theatre on Civic Drive seats 400 people and hosts a variety of entertainment shows and productions. The Regent Theatre is the largest theatre venue in East Anglia, with a maximum capacity of about 1,700 people.In the south-eastern part of the town is Norwich Road, which is a good place to interact with the community and browse the many shops and restaurants selling food, snacks and local products from all over the world. A few of the best restaurants in Ipswich include the Chinese restaurant Trongs, the Indian restaurant My Keralam, and the seafood restaurant Loch Fyne.

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