St Michael the Archangel, Church Street, Huddersfield
St Michael the Archangel, Church Street, Framlingham, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 9BJ View on map
Grade I listed 15th and 16th century parish church with high chancel arch from earlier 12th century church. The interior has many important features and fittings. Outstanding is the nave roof with intricate tracery concealing hammer beams. Impressive Thamar organ built in 1674 with organ case and a complete set of pipes dating from 1630. Group of monuments to the Howard family described by Pevsner as 'one of the best series of mid 16th century Early Renaissance monuments in England'.
Daily dawn to dusk. Guided tours by prior arrangement.
- Is part of Ride and Stride
- Other Charges: guided tours subject to small charge
A12, B1116 (east), A14, A1120 (west). Rail: Wickham Market (5 miles), Ipswich (20 miles). Bus: No 118, 119, (Ipswich - Framlingham).
Voluntary donation suggested for parking. Additional limited parking on Market Hill next to church.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes