An outstanding display of English medieval carpentry, this mighty timber-framed barn is the largest cruck structure in Britain.
Built for Pershore Abbey in 1344, it is 46 metres (150 feet) long, with 18 cruck blades each made from a single oak tree.
Please note: No dogs are allowed, except for guide dogs. Guidebook is available.
Prices and opening times
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