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Entrance on Church St, a literal stone’s throw from Market House.
Small leaflet / display area below. Up small narrow staircase to double split room.
3 sets of old bible text on walls from 1560 – 1570 Tudor Times, indicating room is 16th century painted....More
Well worth a visit. This room was discovered during restoration in 1989. This is in the upper room up the stairs but there is also information down in the entrance. Access is from March to October and you are given an informative talk about the...More
This marvellous room, discovered when refurbishment was being carried out, is just amazing for its detail. Not always open (as it's a venue for civil wedding ceremonies) and up some steep stairs, but worth the effort and the wait.More
Elisabeth H, Manager at 16th Century Painted Room, responded to this reviewResponded September 7, 2017
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We are open 8 months of the year March to the end of October at this time of the year 7 days a week.
The opening is not limited by weddings as that is the downstairs Jacobean paneled...More
Having read other reviews we eagerly mounted the steps to view the painted room. Entry is free but a donation is appreciated. We were given a potted history of the paintings including their discovery and the possibility that they dated from Elizabeth I by the...More
We just called in as we were passing and found it very interesting particularly as I had ancestors from around there. The room has wall paintings dating back to Elizabethan times and a guide explains the history of the painted room. The guide was extremely...More
Happened across this almost by chance having visited Ledbury a few times over the years. Wonderful Elizabethan wall paintings, the young woman in charge was so welcoming and engaging, answering all our questions about the wall paintings and general Tudor questions and then helped our...More
Though in the centre of the town, close to the Market House, so unprepossessing is its entrance it is easy to be misled about the level of interest it is likely to have. Its opening hours are little unusual and if making a special visit...More