Coggeshall Grange Barn - National Trust

A large barn with a tiled roof
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A small local independent museum located in the centre of an historic market town.It is housed in the annexe to the village hall (formerly St. Peter's Hall)which was once a Coggeshall brewery.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

Free - donations are welcomed

Additional info

Coach parking - ring Curator for details
Restaurants/pubs/refreshments within 100 metres
Guided town tours for groups by appointment
Out of hours opening for groups by appointment

The collection gives a good insight into the social history and local characters of this charming and ancient market town, from prehistoric times to modern day. There is a working wool weaving loom, a fine collection of Coggeshall lace and some of the earliest post-Roman bricks in Britain. There is also a large photographic display and video footage of the town's past. Some new exhibits are set annually so there is always something different to see.

Collection details

Social History

Key artists and exhibits

  • Extensive collection of Coggeshall Lace
  • Working loom and textile industry
  • Collection of bricks, many associated with former Cistercian abbey.
  • Local Social History
  • Computerised postcard show

Coggeshall Grange Barn - National Trust
Village Hall
Stoneham Street




Curator's number

01376 563003

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