Discover Earlham Hall on a guided tour.
Step back in time with a short guided tour of Earlham Hall, a stunning Grade II listed 16th-century country house. This architectural gem is renowned for its historical significance and unique features, such as the rare donkey wheel and the intriguing 12-sided room. The tour delves into the lives of the hall's prominent former residents, including the remarkable Elizabeth Fry, a pioneering prison reformer, and the influential Gurney family, who played a crucial role in Norwich's banking history. Explore the captivating world of Earlham Hall, where history comes alive through fascinating stories, and marvel at its magnificent features that have withstood the test of time.
Sunday 10 September: 1000, 1130 & 1400
Sunday 17 September: 1000, 1130 & 1400
Please book via the Forum Trust.
Booking Contact: The Forum
Go to: https://norfolkhods.ticketsolve.com
Booking opens: 21 August 2023 10:00
Booking closes: 9 September 2023 15:00
Limited wheelchair access for some parts of the tour. Visitors will need to park in the UEA main car park. Earlham Hall car park is restricted for relevant permit holders only. Due to the on-going Covid-19 situation, please be advised that this event has been submitted provisionally.
Address or meeting point details will be given with your ticket
Event organiser is UEA Law School.
Disclaimer: All information was correct when the listing was prepared. Any questions about the event should be directed to the event organiser.