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Moot Hall Museum



The Moot Hall Museum is a timber-framed building set on the village green at Elstow. Now a museum containing beautiful period furniture, it illustrates the life and traditions of 17th Century England. 

Elstow Moot Hall (or Green House as it was formerly known) was built as a market-house - used for storing the stalls and other equipment for the village fair. It was also a place for hearing disputes arising from the fairs.

In the 19th Century the upper room was used both as a school and a place of worship. Restored by Bedfordshire County Council, Moot Hall is now a museum.

Accessibility: a stairlift has been installed allowing access to the upper floor. Some ancient timbers on the ground floor are uneven

Photograph © Copyright Pam Goodey and licenced for reuse.


Opening hours:

Sun, Tues, Wed & Thurs, to the end of September:
1pm to 4pm (open on Bank Hols)


Adult: £1
Children and Concessions: 50p