For almost a thousand years Moyse's Hall has looked out over the Market Place of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.It has seen many changes since it was built in 1180 and provides an excellent setting in which to trace the unfolding story of West Suffolk, through displays which range from prehistoric times right through to the present. More recent history is interpreted through displays which reveal the rich and varied life of a small rural community and chronicle the achievements of its people.
Whether you are looking for relics of the great medieval abbey or the relics of the notorious Red Barn Murder you will find them in Moyse's Hall, whose own story is as rich and varied as the collections which it houses.
The newly refurbished museum will have themed displays offering opportunities for study and exploration based on:
Local History - Suffolk Regiment, Red Barn Murder
Social History - Crime & Punishment, Coinage, Death, Witchcraft
Monday - Friday 10.30am - 4.30pmSaturday - Sunday 11.00am - 4.00pm
T: 01284 706183 | E:firstname.lastname@example.org
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