The visitor centre is located inside the beautiful Tudor Manor Farm House and provides an excellent introduction to Manor Farm's rich history, documented since medieval times.
- Free admission including temporary exhibitions.
- Two permanent display rooms with artefacts, interactive displays, video, and written interpretation, with temporary exhibitions in the Provost Parlour.
- Housed in a high-status Grade II listed Tudor building, with many original features remaining, including one of the oldest examples of domestic wallpaper still to remain on its original wall in England.
- A collection of 18th and 19th century farming tools is housed next door in the Pram Shed.
- Supported by a 2007 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Please email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday: 12pm to 3pm
Thursday: 12pm to 3pm
Friday: 12pm to 3pm
Saturday: 12pm to 4pm
Sunday: 12pm to 4pm
Bank Holidays: 12pm to 4pm
Market Sunday's: 11pm to 4pm
Please note: during the winter (October to April), the Visitor Centre is closed, with the exception of Market Sunday's.