Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
The Entrance Hall, Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk, England, Great Britain
Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk.

The entrance hall and main staircase. Francis Cock, a grocer who lived here from 1612 to 1628 and who eventually became Mayor, added the hall staircase and the window that lights it in 1627.

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A Bedroom, Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk, England, Great Britain
Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk.

Lady Paine's Chamber was a Tudor extension to the medieval Great Hall. It was remodelled for Sir Joseph and Lady Emma Paine in 1659 and has their initials on the fireplace.

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The Kitchen, Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk, England, Great Britain
Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk.

The kitchen with a fine display of food and kitchen implements.

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The Undercroft, Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk, England, Great Britain
Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk.

The stone vaulted Undercroft which is the oldest part of the building.

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The Garden, Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk, England, Great Britain
Strangers Hall, Norwich, Norfolk.

A rather attractive and tranquil formal 17th century style garden lies behind the building and access is from the entrance hall by the staircase.

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