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I had a lovely time here. The place may be small inside but its big on history. The guides were so knowledgeable and friendly. At only £3 per person it's great value for money. I definitely recommend it if you love medieval history.
Recently, I visited Longthorpe Tower with my grandmother after my parents had read an article in the “Country Life” magazine that sang its praises. I had never heard of it before so I had no idea of what it would be like, this was due...More
This was the second national heritage building visit on this day. The tower was not to far from were we had just been and again it was free for members to visit. The are two floors that you can look round as it is still...More
Your first challenge is to actually find this. Though it looks simple on the map & there are some signs from the ring roads believe me it isn't, particularly as on the smaller roads near it there is at least one sign that is pointing...More
This is well worth a visit as the wall paintings (a secco) show a range of characters and events illustrating the lives of our medieval ancestors. The guide for the tower is well produced and a visit to the place is a gem not to...More
A fantastic survival of ancient wall paintings in a domestic setting, inevitably there have been some losses over the years; only one king from the "three living and three dead" remains but this should not detract from the overall experience which quite rightly concentrates on...More