Christchurch mansion.jpg
Christchurch mansion (CCMansion zone)
CountryUnited Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom.png
RegionEast of England Flag of England.png
Number of zones151
Maximum PPH151
Last updated2021-10-18

Ipswich is an urban area and the largest settlement and administrative centre in the municipality of Suffolk in the region of East of England in United Kingdom. The town has about 134,000 inhabitants.


The town is located in the south-eastern part of Suffolk. Other nearby urban areas with turf zones in are Stowmarket to the north-west and Felixstowe to the south-east, both accessible by train.

Tourist attractions[edit]

The main tourist attractions within Ipswich town centre are Christchurch Park and the waterfront. Other places worth a visit include Ipswich Museum, Portman Road (home of Ipswich Town F.C.) and the Wolsey Theatre; all contain turf zones.

Name Number of zones Zone names
Christchurch Mansion & park 5 CCCross, CCFlowers, CCMansion, Unbridled and WildernessPnd
Ipswich Museum 1 IpswichMuseum
Portman Road 1 IpswichPark
Waterfront 3 CampusSuffolk, CustomHouse and WiseWalk
Wolsey Theatre 1 SpiralZone


There are a total of 151 zones located in Ipswich.

Type Number of zones
Zontyp09.png Bridge 3
Zontyp07.png Holy 10
Zontyp06.png Monument 1
Zontyp04.png Train station 2

Medal tips[edit]

Medal Description Tip
78.png Bridge lover Take three bridge zones within 20 minutes. There are only three bridge zones within Ipswich: the quickest route is OstrichBridge, OldRailBridge then GetAGrip, or vice-versa. Your best closest bet for achieving bridge fanatic - three zones within ten minutes - is Chelmsford.
4.png Order of Aquamen Take a water zone between May and October. There are no water zones in Ipswich; the closest water zone is NazeSwim at Walton-on-the-Naze in Essex.
77.png Orderly III Take a bridge zone, then a holy zone, then a monument zone within 20 minutes. There is only one monument zone in Ipswich at Giles Statue. The quickest route is probably OldRailBridge, then HolyIpswich, and finishing at CarlGiles.

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