St George's Guildhall, King's Lynn. Limited access. Free entry.
The outside of the building is fully accessible and there is time-limited parking on the road alongside the guildhall.
The grade I listed National Trust property of St George’s is a rare example of a large 15th century medieval guildhall. Recently it housed the King’s Lynn Arts Centre, but this has closed down and the building is currently empty. However, a private tour of the guildhall may still be possible, by appointment during working hours.
29 King Street, King´s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HA
01553 779 095
Currently closed down. Access by appointment during working hours.
The market town of King’s Lynn is 44 miles west of Norwich along the A47; the guildhall is close to Tuesday Market Place, just off the A148. OS TF 616202
King’s Lynn has excellent transport links, offering both trains and buses. For further details contact Norfolk County Council on 0344 800 8020 or http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/Travel_and_transport/Public_transport/index.htm
Amenities:There are plenty of places to get food and drink within a short distance of the guildhall and there are public conveniences, with disability facilities, at nearby Ferry Street.