We want to share every stage of the project with as many people as possible, so you are welcome to visit the Longshed on general open days where you can have a quick look at what is going on whilst enjoying a walk along the Woodbridge water front or you can come to one of the many organised open days where we will be sharing and displaying the skills used by the Saxons to build such an impressive ship.
The Longshed is currently open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 11am to 1pm (updated 7 Jan 2020)
Getting to the Longshed
Woodbridge stands on the A12, the road that links London and Lowestoft. From either direction follow signs to Woodbridge and take any entrance into the town locating one of the car park postcodes below.
The East Suffolk Line runs between Ipswich and Lowestoft in Suffolk. The Woodbridge railway Station is a 5 minute walk from The Longshed. Trains run regularly throughout the week with a reduced service at the weekend. For train times please visit www.thetrainline.com or any other train ticket provider.
The nearest bus stop to The Longshed is The Turban, Hamblin Road, Woodbridge. Use this route planner to find out how to get to Woodbridge by bus. It is a 5-10 minute walk from The Turban Centre to the Longshed
Car parking – The Longshed does not have onsite parking. The nearest carparks can be found at the following locations and are app 5-10 minutes
Woodbridge Station Car Park
Oak Lane Car Park
Lime Kiln Quay Road
If you are a group of ten or more people and would like to arrange a visit please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a teacher who would like to organise a school visit, please email email@example.com