The Hall House is a 1355 original medieval building. It was rescued in 1970, in an advanced state of decay, the building came from Boarhunt in Hampshire. Dismantled and taken to the Weald & Downland museum and reconstructed in 1981. The museum has 51 Historic houses and agricultural buildings dating from 13th Century to Victorian times, all rescued from distruction and rebuilt in a setting of tranquillity of the South Downs. Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, Chichester, West Sussex
Excellent picture of a neat old structure.
In the past 50 years many historical buildings were destroyed here in Canada to make room for modern development. Now an awareness of their importance is on the increase and the buildings still standing are being restored. Thank you for your very interesting post!
Have visited the museum many times. Always something new going on.
How could you ever dismantle that and rebuild it. Incredible job!
It is like taken directly out of a medieval scene:)
Sounds like a place I’d like to visit. 🙂
Great place to visit, been there a few times 🙂