Open 24 hours / 7 days
Open 24 hours / 7 days
2 minute walk from Cardinal Park
7 minute walk from Ipswich Town FC
Outdoor car park
Welcome to the Grafton Way Ipswich Car Park.
Our Ipswich parking is located on Grafton Way. It is ideal for visitors looking for parking for Cardinal Park, home to Cineworld, Flux Freestyle Trampoline park and a number of restaurants – located just a 2 minute walk away.
The car park is also ideal for people looking for Ipswich Town FC parking – as there is no official stadium car park at Portman Road Stadium.
Main Car Park: 7 days / 24 hours / No Locking
Lower Goods Yard: Opened by Staff – Locked
If you are looking for general Ipswich town centre parking, our car park on Grafton Way is ideal. Parking just at the edge of the centre means you are only a 5-10 minute walk away from Ipswich town – which is great for those looking to stay healthy with a short walk and reduce their emissions. Shops include Joules, Jack Wills, Debenhams, M&S and Pandora. Our Ipswich town parking is one of the most convienient locations in the area.
The Green Parking car park is perfect for people visiting Portman Road Stadium, home to Ipswich Town FC. The stadium has a seating capacity of just over 30,000 with four separate stands, however there is no official stadium car park. The football ground can be reached within a 7-minute walk from our car park, making our car park an ideal location for Ipswich Town parking to leave your car for the game. Make sure you arrive as early as possible before kick-off to secure a parking spot, as it can get very busy on match days.
The price of parking at our Ipswich car park offers the best rate for people visiting Ipswich Football Club, Cineworld Cinema and Cardinal Park. Our parking is cheaper than the NCP parking located nearby.
~Currently offering an EARLY BIRD SPECIAL~ – arrive before 10am and park all day for just £4.50!
|Monday to Saturday (6am – 8pm)
0-1 hours = £1.50
1-2 hours = £2.50
2-4 hours = £4.50
4 hours+ = £12.00
After 5pm = £2.00
|Sundays and Bank Holidays
All day = £1.50
Blue badge holders: Free
MATCHDAY PARKING JUST £4.50
To pay, you can use our smart payment system RingGo by calling 0203 046 0010 and quoting the location number 2854. You can also pay at one of the 3 pay and display machines on-site, accepting cash and card.
Cardinal Park is Ipswich’s leading entertainment and dining park offering an 11 screen Cineworld cinema, Wacky Warehouse, a number of impressive restaurants and Unit 17, Suffolk’s largest capacity night club offering three rooms of music. Our parking is located only a 2-minute walk from the entrance to Cardinal Park.
The Ipswich Waterfront is the area surrounding the Marina stretching over a kilometre – and is a vibrant place to visit for food, drink and live music. It offers a range of stylish waterfront bistros, pubs and quirky bars, all perched on the water’s edge. It is also home to an incredible Noah’s Arc museum, which tells the Biblical story onboard a 70m replica of the Arc. Our parking location is ideal for people visiting the Waterfront, as it is only a 5-minute walk to St Peter’s Dock at the start of the Waterfront.
All enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or 01372 462156
Grafton Way Ipswich Car Park has achieved the coveted Park Mark® Safer Parking Award.
The Park Mark® Safer Parking Award is given to parking facilities that have achieved the requirements of a risk assessment conducted by the Police and the British Parking Association. The Safer Parking Scheme is an initiative of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), Police Scotland and the Police Service of Northern Ireland, aimed at reducing crime and the fear of crime in parking areas.” />
Green Parking Limited does not carry out routine gritting or snow clearance of car parks and the availability of resources during extreme weather conditions are limited and not reasonably practical. Gritting may also not provide any less of a risk in their use during icy conditions.
The view of the Green Parking Limited is that during severe weather and the warnings in place to the public to travel, falling snow and ice provides a clear visible risk to the public and is no greater than the risk presented on a public footpath. The use of car parks is a matter of public decision and personal risk assessment.
Car parks do not form part of the highways, which are a priority during this time. Green Parking will include road entrances to the car parks. Within resources available, we do place some grit on some high footfall areas around machines and ramp accesses.
During severe weather, the car parks are monitored and may be closed if the inclement weather continues.