Historic red-brick Tudor hall with
timber-framing where Richard III and
Henry VIII once dined.
John Wesley preached here on several
occasions (special Wesley display).
Some of the Mayflower Pilgrims also
worshipped there prior to fleeing to
Holland and then the New World to
seek religious freedom.
£2.50 Adults; £1.50 Senior citizens: £1 under 16s
Additional visitor information
Wheelchair access to ground floor only
On street parking and ‘pay & display’ car
Closed: Sundays November to Easter, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday.
Tel: 01427 612669
Fax: 01427 612779
Getting there [SK813900]
In central Gainsborough, 5-minutes walk from bus station and 1 mile from Lea Road train station (change at Retford). Car: Gainsborough is 12 miles/18kn south of Epworth; 21miles/33km south of Doncaster and close to A1(M) and M18.