Inside the Museum is a room of Tudor wall paintings featuring Queen Elizabeth I portrayed in the scene of the Judgement of Solomon as well as her Royal Arms and the Newce family arms. These paintings are breathtaking for visitors and of international interest. They reveal details of Tudor fashion and social status. The building gives clues about how the influential Newce family promoted themselves locally and in the Tudor Court.
The Curator can be booked for illustrated talks about the wall paintings and the Newce family history. Contact us here.