Take in Ipswich’s hidden historical gems during the Pigs Gone Wild trail this summer

PUBLISHED: 19:00 20 June 2016 | UPDATED: 15:21 24 June 2016

Stoke Bridge, Ipswich

Stoke Bridge, Ipswich

Ipswich will gain 39 colourful new sculptures when the Pigs Gone Wild trail launches on Monday, June 27.

Old Customs HouseOld Customs House

The colourful examples of modern art will be nestled alongside some of the town’s key historical features including the Old Customs House and the Willis building, but there will also be some close to our lesser-known historical masterpieces.

Historical tour of Ipswich

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If you are in town snouting out the brillaint pigs, why not seek out some of the other hidden gems often overlooked by residents and visitors?

Here John Norman, of The Ipswich Society, points out some of the landmarks that you should keep an eye out for.

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