About this spot
This was the family home of Oliver Cromwell. The kitchen dates from around 1215, other parts being built later. Oliver moved here with his family in 1636 and remained for just over ten years. For many years it was the vicarage for St Mary’s Church, but in 1988 it was bought by the local council and is now the local tourist information office, and a museum that has been refurbished to show how it may have looked during Cromwell's lifetime.
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