Lavenham Guildhall


Lavenham Guildhall

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Lavenham Guildhall

A Tudor building in the heart of the remarkably preserved medieval village of Lavenham, the Guildhall is a stunning early 16th-century timber-framed building, operated by the National Trust.
The Guildhall contains a local history museum, with exhibitions on medieval cloth industry
Tranquil walled garden with dye plants used since middle ages
Dressing-up boxes for children
Set in one of England’s finest Tudor villages

For More Great National Trust sites, check out Melford Hall, Ickworth House, Sutton Hoo, Dunwich Heath, and Orford Ness Nature Reserve.

Or check out Suffolk Tourist Guide’s further information on The National Trust in Suffolk.

For more local information, please see:
Lavenham Guide

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Home made food

All ages welcome

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