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Moot Hall is a medieval market house, originally built for the nuns of Elstow Abbey on the village green. Restored in 1950 by Bedfordshire County Council, Moot Hall is now a small, but beautiful museum. We have exhibits relating to John Bunyan, Elstow's famous author, plus a collection of 16th and 17th century furniture.
Historic house or home, Museum
Moot Hall is open 1 - 4pm on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and all bank holidays from the beginning of April (or Good Friday, whichever is earlier) to the end of September.
We will also open on other days, any time of the year, by appointment, for groups. Group rates available.
Closed: End September to Good Friday/beginning April (whichever is sooner)
Concessions and children: 50p
- Museums Association
Stairlift to upper floor.
Heritage Open Days 2014: Moot Hall, Elstow - Step into the World of John Bunyan
- 13 September 2014
A 15th century timber framed market house set on the village green in Elstow. The Moot Hall was originally built to serve Elstow Abbey but is now a museum. It contains a collection of beautiful period furniture and has exhibits illustrating the life and traditions of 17th century England and items relating to John Bunyan.
Please refer to the Heritage Open Days website for booking details and timings. A small children's area adjoins the Refreshment Room.