15 May at 13:30 to 28 Sep 16:00
Virtually untouched by the 21st century, this beautiful timber-framed, thatched building is particularly noted for its unusual coloured pargetting. Originally three cottages, it is the oldest surviving domestic building in Dereham, and with its original sloping ceilings, tiny rooms, twisting staircases and wooden beams, it is easy to imagine how the many previous inhabitants lived here in the past. It is now the town’s Museum, with the building itself being perhaps the Museum’s single most important resource.
Open between 4 May and 28 September, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays only, and not all of those. Please check at http://www.derehamhistory.com/opening-times.html.