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Lavenham Guildhall is located in Lavenham. Arrange your visit to Lavenham Guildhall and discover more family-friendly attractions in Lavenham using our Lavenham vacation trip planner.
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The guildhall was a fascinating building full of character, beams galore. The staff were pleasant and very informative . more »
Fabulous historic building overlooking the Market Place.The N.Trust guides are very knowledgeable and helpful.Leave plenty of time to take in everything which this building has been used for since the... more »
The staff here were knowledgeable and friendly. One of the stewards clued me on on the origins of several phrases- money for old rope, taking the piss, died in the wool! I love trivia like this. And t... more »
The village of Lavenham itself has hundreds of ancient houses all leaning and holding each other up. The Guildhall played a pivotal role throughout the history of Lavenham. Now owned by the National Trust, a visit to the Guildhall is a good way to spend a couple of hours learning about the history of the building. Down in the cellar, you'll find a nice display detailing the history and prehistory of the area. On the other floors, you'll find stories of the building and people. It is definitely worth joining the National Trust if you enjoy days like this. It doesn't take many visits to pay for your membership fee, and you also benefit from free car parking, many of which are around the coast.
The national trust has put great effort into telling the story of this small property. Interesting explanation of the wool and weaving trade that made this region wealthy at one time.
This small town is saturated with quirky beautiful buildings.
Impressive on the outside but not a great deal to see inside
Lovely town but not many places to eat or shop.
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