Ipswich Museum

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Ipswich Museum
High Street
Suffolk IP1 3QY
01473 433551
Ipswich Museum has a wealth of treasures to amaze you!
You can discover life in Roman Suffolk, find out about the Anglo-Saxon origins of Ipswich, follow the growth of the town in the Ipswich Story Gallery and, new in 2010, you can visit the exciting Egyptian Gallery.
You can even see artefacts from Africa, Asia, North America and the Pacific.
Visit the Suffolk Wildlife Gallery to see how the countryside has changed over centuries of management.  Visit the Gallery of British Birds and find out all about the fossils, rocks and minerals in our region. See how the museum looked 100 years ago in the Victorian Natural History Gallery.
Ipswich Museum is run by the Colchester and Ipswich Museum Service.
During the year, particularly during school holiday times, a programme of events is held at Ipswich Museum, including activity and participation sessions; art & craft skills, storytelling, stop motion animation skills, quiz trails and live interpretation, validated as Children's University learning. 
Details of these activities can be found if you click here
If you are visiting Ipswich Museum, but not participating in any of the holiday activities, present your Passport to Learning as you leave and you will receive a token.  If you take this to your school, your school can award 60 minutes of Learning for your Passport. 

Website: cimuseums.org.uk