Lavenham Guildhall

Family outside Lavenham Guildhall, Suffolk
Lavenham Guildhall

Things to see and do

Lavenham Guildhall

What's on 

Lavenham Station on last day of service 10th April 1961

Latest news 

We have lots of new and exciting events for 2017, keep checking our website and Facebook page for all the latest information.

Upcoming events

Spinning Demonstrations

Thu 27 Apr 2017
11:00-17:00
Visit Lavenham Guildhall on one of our spinning Thursdays and see our wonderful volunteers in action; demonstrating the traditional art of spinning wool into the yarn we see and recognise today.

Discover Medieval Lavenham

Wed 17 May 2017
10:30-12:00
Join us for a short talk about the Guildhall over coffee and biscuits before enjoying a guided walk around the historic centre of Lavenham.

1940's British Restaurant in the Tearoom

Sat 20 May 2017
12:00-15:00
We are joining The Swan in celebrating their historic vintage weekend by re-creating a 1940s food stall serving wartime fare.

Melford to Lavenham Historical Railway walk

Tue 30 May 2017
10:30-13:00
Over 100 years of railway history awaits you on one of our guided walks from Melford to Lavenham.
Lavenham Guildhall

Eating and shopping

Tearoom at Lavenham Guildhall Suffolk

Eat in or take something away 

Treat yourself to a cuppa and a freshly baked cake in our Tudor tea-room or take home a souvenir from our shop which has a fine selection of gifts and cards. Or how about a locally grown plant?

Lavenham Guildhall

History

Lavenham Guildhall

Get involved

Volunteer Room Guides at the Guildhall Lavenham

Join our team 

Volunteers from all sorts of backgrounds help us look after our special places. Whatever you'd like to achieve whether it is a one-off or a longer term commitment for yourself, or with friends and family, we'd love you to be part of it.

Lavenham Guildhall

Our work

Upper storey and gable of Lavenham Guildhall, Suffolk

A look at limewashing 

Limewashing is carried out on many of Lavenham’s timber-framed buildings, including the Guildhall. Discover why we do this and how this traditional finish fits in with our conservation principles.