The Ipswich Transport Museum has the largest collection of transport items
in Britain devoted to just one town. Everything was either made or used in
and around Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk.
A brief history of the collection can be found
on this website.
The collections also include the Ipswich Engineering Collection;
displays and objects celebrating the rich engineering history of Ipswich.
The museum has around 100 major exhibits and many small items connected with transport in Ipswich.
The museum is disabled friendly being on one level only.
|Why not visit the Sunbeam Tearoom during your visit and have a delicious cup of tea, coffee or soft drink and a bite to eat?
The operations of the Museum are supported by the
Friends of the Ipswich Transport Museum.
The Museum also organises the annual Ipswich to Felixstowe Historic
Vehicle Road Run in May each year and a number of special events throughout the year.
|The Annual Ipswich to Felixstowe Historic Vehicle Run 2014.
Once again we are holding the Ipswich to Felixstowe Historic Vehicle Road Run to raise funds for the Ipswich Transport Museum, so we are inviting entries for the 44th event on Sunday 4th May 2014. For the past few years this event has cost in excess of £4000 to put on but despite rising costs we have decided that we should keep the entry fee at £14 per vehicle (see Museum Events Page).
Invite Letter and Entry Form:
2014 Calendar now available online
Our 2014 leaflet is available here
|This virtual tour has been provided by Carl Lamb of Ambient Light.
We are very grateful to Carl for arranging this for us.
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