One of the oldest buildings in the best preserved of the Suffolk wool towns, this 14th century house was built for the Causton family of clothiers and its subsequent development has mirrored the changing fortunes of Lavenham.
Little Hall was restored by the Gayer-Anderson brothers who filled the house with art and artefacts collected during their extensive travels.
Study the development of the Tudor house, explore the collection, relax in its tranquil walled garden or, with a guide, hear the story of its occupants through the centuries.
The mediaeval crown-post roof, the Persian bridal-box pictures.
For additional information about admission, opening hours, access, facilities and learning opportunities, please visit the museum website.
Little Hall Museum
Tel: 01787 247019