We are a small group of volunteers who organise guided walks within the Borough of Ipswich, Suffolk’s County Town, and one of the oldest towns in England. We have all been trained as tour guides and are keen to share our knowledge of the history and culture of this fascinating East Anglian port.
On a Walk you may hear about the history of Ipswich, and about its famous residents and visitors, including Dickens, Ransome, and Cardinal Thomas Wolsey.
We are pleased to announce that Ipswich Tourist Guides Association is once again based in the town centre. Public walks led by the Ipswich Guides will now start at the Ipswich Institute in Tavern St.
Information about Walks:
Starting Location: All walks will start at The Ipswich Institute, see our Contact us page.
Times: All Tea walks will start at 1 30 pm. Please arrive 10 minutes early for registration. The duration of all walks is approximately 90 minutes, unless otherwise arranged. Next summer we shall probably start walks at 2pm.
Accessibility: All walks are designed for step free access. Assistance dogs are welcome. Other dogs cannot be accommodated.
Health and Safety: The pace of the walk will be adjusted for the comfort of all and the walk will commence with a short health and safety briefing.
All walks are strictly no smoking.