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This fine wooden-frame building was built between 1520 and 1540 as the town hall.
(it is still the Town Hall)
In the council chamber,scene of trial in Benjamin Britten's opera "peter Grimes",are maps and paintings of the neighborhood.
the Museum room contains displays of local interest including objects from Snape Ship Burial,which antedates Sutton Hoo.
Admission is :£1:00
Open Easter-end April Sat,Sun,& Bank holidays 2.30-5pm
May-September and October daily 2.30-5pm
June, July and August daily 12:00_5pm
Address: Moot hall Aldeburgh
Directions: Market Cross place opposite the Mill Public House
Phone: 01728 454666
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