Lawrence House, Launceston, is a fine Georgian house built in 1753, located in a street which John Betjeman described as ‘having the most perfect collection of 18th Century townhouses in Cornwall’. It is owned by the National Trust and leased to Launceston Town Council, who use it to house the town museum, and as a civic centre.
For those less mobile, there are albums of our first floor and basement exhibits which you can enjoy in Room 5 on the ground floor so that you won’t miss a thing.
Admission is free but donations, which support the work of the museum, would be appreciated. Disabled access to the ground floor only ( 6 rooms ).
Re-opening on Monday 3 April 2017
Hours of Opening
Monday – Friday
All Bank Holidays and the following Saturdays in 2017: 8 April, 13 May, 4 & 10 June, 8 July, 12 August, 9 September and 14 October
10.30 am – 4.00 pm (Last entry)
The museum closes at 4.30 pm
To arrange a visit to the museum for a group outside of normal opening times, please telephone the Curator on 01566 773277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawrence House Museum
9, Castle Street
Registered Charity Nº 276656