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Christchurch Park

Ipswich, England

Christchurch Park

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Length1.3 mi
Est. Steps3000
Introduction
Christchurch Park is a 1.3 mile (3,000-step) route located near Ipswich, England. This route has an elevation gain of about 0 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Christchurch Mansion

Tourist Attraction
Christchurch Mansion is a substantial Tudor brick mansion house built in Ipswich, Suffolk by Edmund Withypoll around 1548-50. The Grade I listed building is located within Christchurch Park and sits by the southern gates close to the town centre of Ipswich. The mansion belonged to various noble families throughout its history but was purchased by the Ipswich Borough Council in 1884.

Christchurch Park

Park
Christchurch Park is a historical area of rolling lawns, wooded areas, and delicately created arboreta close to the town centre in Ipswich, Suffolk. The park hosts various facilities such as a children's play area, tennis courts, table tennis, bowling greens and outdoor gym equipment. The distinguished Tudor house, Christchurch Mansion, is located at the parks southern entrance and holds a public museum and art gallery.

Ipswich Martyrs

Historical
The Ipswich Martyrs were nine people burnt at the stake for their Lollard or Protestant beliefs around 1515-1558. The executions were mainly carried out in the centre of Ipswich, Suffolk on The Cornhill, the square in front of Ipswich Town Hall. At that time the remains of the medieval church of St Mildred were used for the town's Moot Hall.

Ipswich School

School
Ipswich School is an independent school for children aged 3 to 18 in Ipswich, Suffolk, England.North of the town centre, Ipswich School has four parts on three adjacent sites. The Pre-Prep and Nursery were established in 1883 with the aim of preparing children aged 7 to 11 for entry into the Senior School.

Priory of the Holy Trinity, Ipswich

Place
Priory of the Holy Trinity was a priory in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. A church of that dedication was named in the Domesday Book, although the building date of the priory was 1177. After a fire, the monastery was rebuilt by John of Oxford, Bishop of Norwich in 1194.Until 1300 the local population used the priory as their parish church.

East Suffolk and Ipswich Hospital

Place
The East Suffolk and Ipswich Hospital was a National Health Service hospital in Anglesea Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, England. The former main building, which is now a private nursing home, is a Grade II listed building.

St Margaret's Church, Ipswich

Building
St Margaret's Church is a medieval church in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. It was built in around 1300 by the Augustinian canons of the adjacent Priory of the Holy Trinity to cater for the increasing population. The building and much of the congregation was located just outside the ramparts to the north of medieval Ipswich.

Wolsey Art Gallery

Tourist Attraction

Westerfield Court

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Innocence

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Reviews
4.5
(1)
ian 2011
2020/11/23
Route Details

Length

1.3 mi

Est. Steps

3000
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