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Longthorpe Tower

LongthorpeTower is the surviving part of a 14th century, three storey medieval fortified Manor House. It contains the finest set of medieval wall paintings in a domestic setting in Western Europe, giving a rare insight into the medieval mind.

We have a team of knowledgeable and passionate volunteers who will be delivering guided tours – they really bring the Tower to life for visitors!

To visit the site you will need to book in advance and there is a small charge.

The Tower is open on Saturdays and Sundays from easter until the end of October and you can book an hours tour at these times:

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Prices Between FREE to £5.00 Lonthorpe Tower Living History event Lonthorpe Tower Living History event See Longthorpe Tower brought to life at our living history re-enactment weekend with the Medieval Sokemen Living History Group. Visit the Medieval residence at Longthorpe Tower...

See Longthorpe Tower brought to life at our living history re-enactment weekend with the Medieval Sokemen Living History Group.

Visit the Medieval residence at Longthorpe Tower this weekend to not only see the stunning wall paintings but experience life as it would have been in the 15th century, when the manor was occupied by the Whittlebury Family.

Our experienced costumed interpreters will not explain about the remarkable story of the house and its décor, but about daily life in the 1400s. Find out about food, costume, medicine and arms and armour from members of the Medieval Sokemen living history group, meeting the Lady of the Manor, a soldier, Barber Surgeon, cook and other costumed characters.

Suitable for all ages and levels of interest.

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LongthorpeTower is the surviving part of a 14th century, three storey medieval fortified Manor House. It contains the finest set of medieval wall paintings in a domestic setting in Western Europe, giving a rare insight into the medieval mind.

We have a team of knowledgeable and passionate volunteers who will be delivering guided tours – they really bring the Tower to life for visitors!

To visit the site you will need to book in advance and there is a small charge.

The Tower is open on Saturdays and Sundays from easter until the end of October and you can book an hours tour at these times:

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