St Mary at Quay, Key Street
St Mary at Quay, Key Street, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 1BZ View on map
Medieval church dating to 1450, featuring a double hammerbeam roof with carvings of the apostles. One of twelve medieval churches in Ipswich, this church was bomb damaged during the Second World War. Now fully restored and to be used as a heritage and wellbeing centre.
Building still under construction and works no due to be complete until mid 2016. Will be open daily upon completion. However, please contact Suffolk Mind for further information.
Centre of city behind the docks. Rail: Ipswich. 0.5 miles. Bus: 0.3 from Bust Station.
'Pay and Display' nearby.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes