Blakeney Guildhall

Internal view of Blakeney Guildhall with columns and 15th century brick-vaulted undercroft
Exterior view showing location of Guildhall butted up against modern buildings

Free Entry

Open any reasonable time during daylight hours daily from April to October and weekends only from November to March.


Back Lane, Blakeney, Norfolk, NR25 7ND (pedestrian access to site on path on east side junction between Back Lane and High Street)

Before You Go

The remains of the house of a prosperous Blakeney merchant, with a fine 15th century brick-vaulted undercroft.

Later the guildhall of Blakeney’s guild of fish merchants.

Managed by Blakeney Parish Council.

Before You Go

Parking: There is limited on-street parking in High Street. There is a non-EH pay and display car park opposite the pedestrian access path to the Guidhall off The Quay.

Access: There are some steps down into the Guildhall's undercroft so this area is not accessible to wheelchairs users.

Facilities: There are no facilities on site but it is in the centre of Blakeney village so there are shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs very close. The nearest public toilets are opposite the car park across The Quay from the site.

Dogs: Assistance dogs only.

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