Lavenham village has a wonderful yet chequered history with many stories
St Peter & St Paul Church
The spectacular large church was built at the height of Lavenham's prosperity by Thomas Spring III in the late 15th century.
The Old Grammar School
The Old Grammar School, open from 1647-1887, is a Grade I listed building whose many pupils have included famous painter John Constable.
De Vere House
The last house in Lavenham to be owned by the Earls of Oxford, also known as the De Vere Hunting Lodge, was one of three properties within the centre of Lavenham, attached to Lavenham Hall.
Little Hall, built in the 1390s, was once home to the Causton family. Since then the house has changed a lot from being divided up to house six different families in the 1700s to being restored and used as a museum today.
Art and galleries
Lavenham is host to an array of galleries; visitors can find unique examples of local and international arts and crafts. Take a look at the Crooked House Gallery, a building full of 'wonky' charm.
Children over six will love to spot the hidden characters and find the patterns on this easy one-mile walk around Lavenham. Collect your compass from the Guildhall before you start. A £10 deposit applies.