The hall from Boarhunt during dismantling in 1970.
The main door is in the same position as the original medieval door.
The hall from Boarhunt reconstructed in the Museum
Dismantled 1970 — Reconstructed 1981

The hall from Boarhunt dates from the late 14th century (1355–1390). It is a small but well-built example of a medieval open hall, with a cruck frame in the centre. The bay to the right of the entrance was probably a service room. The inner room beyond the hall is a conjectural reconstruction of the medieval solar.

Regional map Boarhunt

Further information about the hall from Boarhunt