Heritage Open Day-Drapers Hall

21st September 2019

Drapers Hall is one of a handful of ancient guild halls run and managed by its original guild. The drapers were wool and woollen cloth merchants. Drapers Hall was built in 1575 and retains its original features and 17th century furniture.

As part of the Heritage Open Day program, the hall will be open for visitors between 15.00 and 16.00 on Saturday the 21st of September with a talk at 15.15

Pre-booking is advised as there is a limit of 30 people per tour/session - contact 01743 344679

This is an ancient building with uneven steps and floors. It is  hoped to improve access but if  you are uncertain check when booking.

The entrance to Drapers Hall is opposite the East door of St Mary's Church on Dogpole

Organised by Drapers Hall Preservation Trust.

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