Strangers' Hall is one of the most intriguing and atmospheric buildings in Norwich. Dating back to 1320, it has been home to wealthy merchants and mayors who made medieval Norwich a great city.
Wander through the period room settings, showing how furniture and furnishing design has changed over the centuries. Marvel at the Tudor great hall, the elegant Georgian dining room and the magnificent stone-vaulted undercroft.
Admire the Regency music room and the charming toy room with its doll's houses, rocking horse, toy soldiers and Noah's Ark. Discover the replica Norwich textiles, interwoven into the displays, which tell the story of the Norwich 'Strangers' and how they transformed the city’s weaving industry.
Then rest awhile in the award-winning 17th century style knot garden, with its old fashioned rose bed and medicinal plants and herbs.
2 notes for an Adult ticket
1 note for a Child ticket
Cost: 2 notes
Time: Wednesdays 10am-4pm, Sundays 1pm-4.30pm
How to join: Just turn up
Location: Strangers’ Hall, Charing Cross, Norwich