Lavenham Guildhall

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Fun for families at Lavenham Guildhall

Educational as well as fun, with each room telling a different story about the Guildhall or Lavenham there’s lots to learn about medieval building and farming methods, famous Lavenham blue cloth and more.

Garden and jail house

Come and take a look at our courtyard garden and its dye plants, which have been used since medieval times.
 
Plus, there's the small village jail house where you can see what it would have been like to be locked up.
 

Food and drink

The tea-room has plenty to offer with a lovely selection of homemade cakes, delicious sausage rolls, light lunches and snacks from Jinny's kitchen.
 
The newly refurbished tea-room is a great meeting place for all the family to explore the delights of Lavenham from.
 

Dressing up

Feel what it was like to be a Tudor or wartime child with a choice of dressing-up clothes to try on.
 

Family fun

• Learn about life as a prisoner and workhouse child
• Dress up in traditional Tudor costume
• Wander in our courtyard garden with its own jail
• Explore memories of Lavenham's richest merchants
• See Rammeses, the mumified cat
 

50 Things to do before you're 11¾

Join our challenge today;
• No.6 Run around in the rain
• No.31 Hunt for bugs
• No.45 Find your way with a map and compass.
 
 

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To enjoy the benefits of free admission to over 300 places across the country, like the Guildhall, why not take advantage of our family membership?
 

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Babies (0-1), Toddlers (1-3), Pre-Schoolers (3-5), Juniors (5-13)

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