This beautiful Tudor mansion is the jewel in the crown of Ipswich's historic past boasting over 500 years of history.
Please note: the Wolsey Art Gallery will be closed from 1st October 2018 until 23rd November 2018 and will re-open for Kiss and Tell: Rodin and Suffolk Sculpture on 24th November 2018. For the duration of the exhibition, the permanent display of Constable and Gainsborough's works will not be on show, although Constable's sketches will feature in the exhibiton and Gainsborough will continue to feature in the Suffolk Artists' Gallery in the Mansion. The permanent display will be re-hung in 2019. Click here for more info.
CCTV was introduced into Ipswich town centre in 1994. Cameras are monitored from a control room known as the Emergency Services Centre (ESC), which is based in Ipswich Borough Council's headquarters, Grafton House.
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Archaeological deposits are vulnerable, unique, and finite. Ipswich is experiencing continuing regeneration and development, and modern construction methods have the potential to damage archaeological features and finds.
A Club Premises Certificate is required for clubs that members join for a particular social, sporting or political purpose and then combine to purchase alcohol in bulk for members. The club has restricted access to the public (non-members) and the alcohol is supplied to members for no profit.