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Lavenham Guildhall

Market Place, Lavenham, Babergh District CO10 9QZ, England
+44 1787 247646
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Well worth a visit

Thank you to the National Trust guide who gave us a very informative talk on the hall's history. So... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Teresa P
Crowborough, United Kingdom
via mobile
Beautiful village of Lavenham

We were amazed at the fantastic medieval buildings that still remain. Ranging from the massive and... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Staines, United Kingdom
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Market Place, Lavenham, Babergh District CO10 9QZ, England
+44 1787 247646
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Thank you to the National Trust guide who gave us a very informative talk on the hall's history. So pleased to hear that the hall is still used for meetings. How interesting also to hear the,village History . you must visit

Thank Teresa P
Reviewed yesterday

We were amazed at the fantastic medieval buildings that still remain. Ranging from the massive and impressive down to tiny crooked and tilting constructions that are still standing. No telephone wires are on show, free parking or leave a gratuity and decent public toilets. We...More

Thank dav3com
Reviewed 6 days ago

A beautiful building in the centre of Lavenham. Full of historical information about Lavenham and the people who lived and worked here. Very well presented with intriguing artifacts and stories spanning the years. Well worth a visit!

Thank Sue00do
Reviewed 1 week ago

This small town has got to be seen to be believed, the Guildhall along with dozens and dozens of beautiful old properties made us feel as if we had stepped into another century which of course we had.My only worry was the eventual damage all...More

Thank dbalchin1
Reviewed 1 week ago

wonderfully example of medieval building nice displays of suffolk culture and history would imagine vary busy in summer

Thank craig g
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Set in the midst of historic Lavenham, this amazing museum/history of historic Lavenham should be a must for a visit to this delightful area of Suffolk. So much of insterest and fantastic enthusiasm shown by the guides. We came away knowing far more than we...More

1  Thank Alan P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent some time here chatting with a very helpful Guide who gave us much background to Lavenham telling us that it was once one of the wealthiest towns in England due to its wool trade

1  Thank barryh100
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This NT property is delightful. Beautifully laid out with absolutely loads of information. Well worth a visit, but not if you have mobility issues

1  Thank Hoppityskip
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Quite an large building which from the outside looks as though it has a lot to offer but the rooms feel empty. Maybe because its use is for educating large groups of people. However, it has things to do in every room that will keep...More

Thank L0R34L
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Lavenham is a lovely place to visit with the timber frame Guildhal located in the marketplace,the guides were very informative with plenty of tales to tell. Would recommend.

1  Thank blott
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