Opening times for 10 December 2023
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Electric vehicle charging point
The closest electric vehicle charging point: East of England Co-op, 62 East Street, Coggeshall, CO6 1SJ.
Dogs are welcome both in the grounds and Barn, we just ask you keep them on a lead.
Blue badge parking and accessible toilet. Level entrance to barn which is accessible.
There is one accessible toilet on site.
Level access to the barn with a small ramp at the entrance.
Accessible parking is available, 50m from the barn entrance.
Ramp access into the entrance of the Barn. There is a slight slope up to the ladies toilets.
Induction loop is at the welcome desk.
There are chairs with backs and arms in the Barn.
Dogs on leads are welcome at Grange Barn. Dogs on leads are welcome at Grange Barn. Find out about the facilities available for your four-legged friend at this one pawprint rated place.
13th-century monastic barn restored in the 1980s, one of Europe’s oldest timber-framed buildings.
Bookshop stocked full of pre-loved books.
Let The Companye of Merrie Folke transport you back 500 years to discover how Thomas Paycocke and his household would have spent the festive season: the decorations, the music; the food, drink and revelry! The tea-room will be offering seasonal fare and winter warmers. Take a break to enjoy the cosy parlour seating area and indulge in a mince pie, mulled wine, or other tasty treats.
Hear the timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas in the beautiful and atmospheric surroundings of Paycocke's Great Hall. With mulled wine, mince pies and a blazing log burner, this show is guaranteed to get you in the Christmas spirit. This show regularly sells out large venues. In the intimate setting of Paycocke's, this special performance is limited to only 35 seats, so book your tickets now, to avoid disappointment.
One of Europe’s oldest timber-framed buildings, Grange Barn stands as a lasting reminder of the once-powerful Coggeshall Abbey. With oak pillars soaring up to a cathedral-like roof, bearing the weight of centuries, it was saved and restored in the 1980s. This 13th-century building has truly stood the test of time.
Discover over 800 years of history at Coggeshall Grange Barn. Learn how the local community stepped in to save this incredible building after it fell into decline,