An outstanding display of English medieval carpentry, this mighty timber-framed barn is the largest cruck structure in Britain.
Built for Pershore Abbey in about 1325, it is over 42 metres (140 feet) long, with 18 cruck blades each made from a single oak tree.
Please note: Leigh Court Barn is within the grounds of a residential dwelling. Please follow the signage carefully to avoid entering private areas. No dogs are allowed except for assistance dogs. Thank you.
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