Known as England’s best preserved medieval village and one of Suffolk’s most important wool towns, Lavenham was one of the richest towns in Tudor England at the heart of the booming wool trade, thanks to the famous Lavenham Blues broadcloth. You'll be spoilt for choice with Lavenham’s many tearooms, cafes, galleries, museums, boutiques and restaurants. You can spend hours exploring one of the most picturesque villages in England, which has been featured on TV and films including Lovejoy and Harry Potter due to its medieval beauty.
Discover local history at the stunning timber-framed Lavenham Guildhall, visit one of England’s most beautiful and stately churches at St Peter and St Paul Church, or visit Lavenhams 14th Century Little Hall, which is home to the Gayer-Anderson collection of fascinating pictures and artefacts. You won't have to travel far to visit Suffolk's many other beautiful towns and tourist attractions: