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Let's be honest, for all of the attractions in Essex, the National Trust doesn't really have a great deal to offer. However, this is a great testament to the efforts made to restore this interesting and comparatively rare building, plus there is information inside about...More
We were not very excited about visiting Grange Barn, based on the description in the National Trust handbook, but were mesmerised when we walked inside the barn, amazed by its scale and charmed by its oak pillars. Standing in the barn it was easy to...More
An interesting old barn which is well presented inside, some interesting information and very enthusiastic staff. The additional woodworking museum is also interesting. The admission price is a bit high if you haven’t got a national trust membership
A large and medieval looking barn on the outskirts of this very attractive village, it was originally used to store the tithe of the nearby monastery and dates from around the 2th century, I believe. Owned by a local farmer for many years, it fell...More
While this is a notable medieval building with few parallels it is perhaps lacking in general appeal. It is a large empty barn and there is little to excite the imagination. I found it irritating that a joint ticket for the barn and Paycocke’s House...More