The Grade I listed Jacobean Forty Hall contains a museum with 17th and 18th century furniture and pictures, ceramics, glass, maps and local history displays about Enfield. Built in the grounds of what used to be Elsyng Palace between 1629 and 1632, the hall contains fine period rooms with moulded plaster ceilings. Open to visitors from Wednesday to Sunday, there are occasional special events and activities held throughout the year including free costumed tours. Additional attractions include the courtyard cafe and a walled rose garden.
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