Housed in the oldest domestic building open to the public in East Anglia. Moyse's Hall dates back over 800 years. Many striking architectural features can be seen in the building. A museum for 100 years, Moyse's Hall local history collections include William Corder's scalp from Murder in the Red Barn relics as well as many other curios from the local area. Following redevelopment the museum re-opened in 2002 with new and improved displays and facilities including a new gallery featuring highlights from the Suffolk Regimental collections. Active events programme.