Together with the Hackett Barn Museum full of rural and agricultural artefacts, a recently restored walled garden ( with chickens) the tea room providing homemade fare, and the award winning WW1 exhibition “ we can offer an interesting and enjoyable experience for visitors of all ages.
Sited on the west side of the town, the house was started in 1611 built to a traditional H plan.
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Yeoman Warders 'Beefeaters', parade during the installation of General Sir Nicholas Houghton as the 160th Constable of the Tower of London during a ceremony in front of the White Tower.
It is a rare example of a composite structure, featuring a wooden frame with reed and plaster encased in brick.By the late 1600s it was recorded as being owned by Sir Robert Christopher.