Little Hall, a late 14th Century Hall House on the Market Place in one of the best preserved medieval villages in England.
Mirroring the history of Lavenham over the centuries, Little Hall was first built in the 1390s as the home and work place of the Causton family. Enlarged, improved and modernised in the mid 1550s, it underwent further extensions later. However, by the 1700s its fortunes had declined and was divided to provide homes to six families. Discovered and restored by the Gayer Anderson twins in the 1920s/30s, it now provides a unique timeline of architectural and cultural history. In addition, visitors can stroll round the beautiful gardens which feature the Millennium knot-garden and the rose garden which inspired Yvonne Skargon, designer of the 1991 Royal Mail Rose Stamps.
Friday 29th March to Sunday 27th October
Monday mornings 10am to 1pm
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons 2pm to 5.30pm
Last admission 4.30pm
Bank Holidays (except special events)
11am - 5.30pm
Gift Aid Prices
Adults £3.50 and accompanied children free.
Concessions for CPRE and SPS members
Gift Aid makes a big difference but if you prefer not to make this contribution:
Adults £3.10 and accompanied children free.
Adults £3.00, schools £0.50
We are delighted to welcome groups of 10 or more to Little Hall and its gardens at any time of the year at a concessionary rate. We can offer you a guided tour or you may wander freely through this treasure trove within a timber frame.
We also offer illustrated talks about the house and its history at group meetings.
For more information and to book your tour, telephone 01440 783378 or email us at email@example.com
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
SPECIAL EVENTS FOR 2013
POTTERS AND FRIENDS
The return of our premier ceramics exhibition Friday 24th May - Sunday 2nd June
CHRISTMAS CRAFTS AT LITTLE HALL 2013
December - watch our website for details.