Bradford on Avon’s Tithe Barn, at 51 metres long, is one of the largest medieval barns in England. It was built in the mid-14th century to serve Barton Grange, the richest nunnery in medieval England. Around Barton Farm you will find further outbuildings converted into shops, cafes, a gallery and artist workshops.
Open daily from 10.30am-4pm. The barn may occasionally be closed for local events – please check with Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust before you visit.
There is limited paid parking at the site. The barn is also within easy walking distance of the town centre and train station, where more parking is available.
Group Visits and Events:
The barn is managed by Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust. Please contact them directly to arrange group visits or third party events.
There is a cafe and a few shops on site plus the centre of Bradford on Avon is a short walk away with many more shops, toilets and places to eat and drink. There are also toilets at the train station.
More information about the barn is available in the West Barn opposite.
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