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Lavenham Guildhall, Lavenham
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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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  • This place is an amazing building with a lot of history about the town inside it. It'll take about an hour to look around and is well worth the visit if you are in Lavenham. 
  • The main attraction of the town, very informative Exposition on the bottom with modifications Lavehejma since its founding up to the current period. There are interactive displays. A small gift shop Cafe
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  • The whole of Lavenham was fascinating, with the stunning Tudor buildings creating a bygone age of peace and calm which even the cars didn’t seem to spoil (though a couple of enormous lorries thunderin...  more »
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  • 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.