Built in the 1390s as the home and work place of the Causton family, The Little Hall in Lavenham was enlarged, improved and modernised in the mid 1550s. Three centuries later in the 1700s both the fortunes of Lavenham and the owners of The Little Hall had declined and the house was divided to provide homes to six families.
Discovered and restored by the Gayer Anderson twins in the 1920s/30s, The Little Hall, Lavenham, now provides a unique timeline of architectural and cultural history and visitors can enjoy a delightful stroll round the beautiful gardens, which feature a Millennium knot-garden and rose garden that inspired Yvonne Skargon, designer of the 1991 Royal Mail Rose Stamps.
You should allow at least 1 hour for your visit.
Opening times may vary for special events.
Gift Aid Prices:Adults £3.50, concessions for CPRE and SPS members and for guests of Lavenham residentsAccompanied children free.
Gift Aid makes a big difference but if you prefer not to make this contribution then the adult entry price is £3.10.
Visits for groups of 10 or more can be arranged, but must be booked in advance. Please book at least one week in advance, for any time of year.
Access for wheelchairs is difficult but limited access to users with small or folding chairs is possible
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The house has uneven floors, changes of level, narrow stairs and low beams. Wheelchair access is difficult but limited access to users with small or folding chairs is possible.
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