Walking the streets, easy to do as it is a tiny place, is an interesting look back to the wealth of the wool trade. Also, because of settling, sagging and bowing, many of the buildings are at odd angles now which makes them a bit quirky. The museum in the guildhall is certainly worth the time as it explains the wool industry and how Lavenham once thrived. Also, after 6 p.m., the place is very quiet and peaceful.
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