Built in the early 16th century by the Clopton Family, Kentwell is an exceptional moated Tudor manor. Although there has been little change to the exterior, there has been much renovation and refurbishment to the interior over the years. In addition to the Hall is an open courtyard facing the carp stocked moat which is crossed via a low bridge to a fabulous Tudor Rose Maze. The Hall also has a working Tudor kitchen, minstrels’ gallery, a bake house, dairy, Brewhouse and a moat house. A great attraction of Kentwell is its award winning re-enactments of everyday life in the Tudor, Victorian and WWII eras which are equally educational and fascinating. In October each year, Kentwell is home to ‘Scaresville’, a spooky night out for any age group.