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All reviews different periods rabbit warren textile industry lovely garden different eras old building well worth a visit tudor period historic house fascinating place nooks and crannies on display a real gem hidden away couple of hours steeped in history centuries
Lots of rooms to wander through, from 17th century to Victorian and bedrooms to kitchens. It has been the residence of many Norwich Mayors. It tells the story of the Strangers who came to work in Norwich, particularly in the weaving trade. There is also...More
Really fascinating and interesting museum - loved how the rooms were decorated and even smelt authentic! Learnt a lot about Norwich's immigrant history, including the origin of the nickname of the football club. Very helpful and knowledgeable staff and a lovely garden to relax in...More
This multi century ‘Hall’ is a gem of a museum showing the different periods of its occupation and growth from humble 14th century beginnings. Furnishings and period details are vrery well presented and the volunteers who at as guides are very welcoming, helpful and informative....More
for starters strangers hall is located on a great norwich street thriving with quirky restaurants and life. being one of the most historical locations in orwich it is well looked after with many workshops for children and events throughout the year. bring a picnic and...More
Lots of history and quirky items, location has been used previously in the movie Stardust. Lovely building and very old, some parts date back to 14th century I believe. Sometimes you can get in free of charge if an event is being held there!
Strangers Hall doesn’t look all that big from the outside but inside is a maze with lots to see and various different rooms to explore. It’s very well run with friendly staff members on hand to give us information on some of the interesting things...More
Well furnished and intimate with a lovely garden - interesting as ranges from 17th C to Victorian times with room settings - rambley house in Norwich - you feel that you have gone back in time. Great advisers in each room and things not behind...More
I haven’t visited here for several years but it’s not changed greatly; it’s still a lovely museum for a short visit. If the gardens are open (and it’s not wet) they’re definitely worth a look, quite small but very pretty. Sadly, the model food is...More