Explore one of the oldest and most fascinating buildings in Norwich. Home to wealthy merchants and Mayors when Norwich was in its heyday, this beautifully preserved building dates back to 1320. See the magnificent stone-vaulted undercroft, the Tudor Great Hall and fine Georgian Dining Room. Wander through a maze of passages to discover a series of inter-linked rooms with period settings showing how people lived in the past. Visit the kitchen with its splendid displays of food and household implements. Enjoy delightful collections of historic toys, meet our costumed interpreter and find out who the Strangers were...
Museum, Historic house or home
Wednesday and Saturday 10am – 4pm
Wednesday to Saturday 10am – 4pm
Bank Holidays – open normal hours as above
Strangers' Hall is closed 21 December 2014 - 17 February 2015.
Child (4-18): £2.50
Family – 2 adults + all children: £10.50
Family – 1 adult + all children: £7
Museums Pass holders, Friends of Norwich Museums and under 4s free.
* Concession for visitors with disability, unwaged, over 65s, in full time education.
Companion with disabled visitor Free.
Pop in for £1 - One hour tickets available last hour of the day.
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