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Ipswich is the county town of Suffolk, England, located on the brackish water of the River Orwell, about 60 miles northeast of London. Its port has been one of England's most significant, as it has been used for trade since at least the 8th century.
Ipswich cultural and artistic nature is as important as it historical one. Ipswich Museum, the Ipswich Transport Museum, and Christchurch Mansion are all in Ipswich, as well as The New Wolsey Theatre situated in Civic Drive, which has 400 seats. The town holds the annual summer arts festival ‘Ipswich Arts Festival’ rallying various events, such as visual arts, performing arts, literature, film and music, remarkably a free music day in Christchurch Park. Started with it Ipswich Jazz Festival which intertwines established jazz talent, rising stars and regional players, as well as featuring art and photography exhibitions, film screenings and workshops operated in venues across the town.
All of these landmarks are considered a great mean of entertainment for tourists and international students since it houses over 6 universities that welcome students from overseas. One of West Suffolk College local colleges is located in Ipswich; they are offering Higher Education and Leisure Learning courses throughout Suffolk, and the main campus is on Out Risbygate in Bury St Edmunds. In central Ipswich, Suffolk New College is located giving access to secondary and further education courses, such as vocational programmes, GCSEs and apprenticeships as well as some higher education and leisure learning courses. Easton & Otley College, Lowestoft College, and One are also located in the town. The intermingling of culture, art, and education made urban transporting as well as travelling from and to the town way easier.
The urban area offers urban transport services for cars, cycles and buses. There are also 3 railway stations and regional coach services. The fact that Ipswich is a small town makes it perfectly designed for cycling. A cycling storage is available at all stations, and the worldly famous Ipswich Skate Park is also used for cycling purposes.
Ipswich railway station serves trains to Cambridge, Felixstowe, London Liverpool Street, Lowestoft, Norwich and Peterborough; it also serves other stations located on the Great Eastern Main Line, East Suffolk Line, Ipswich to Ely Line and Felixstowe Branch Line. Lifts are installed. Numerous nearby towns and villages can be reached by Bus. Cardinal Park in Ipswich launches National Express 481 service to London, the 250 to Stansted Airport and Heathrow Airport, and the 305 service to Cambridge, Northampton, Birmingham and finally to Liverpool; most also serve the railway station.