The crooked houses village, Lavenham located in the heart of Suffolk is an interesting place to visit. It is a unique, quiet, very relaxing village and a perfect location for a day trip. Lavenham is approximately 2 hours 30 minutes’ drive from London and there are a number of attractions that I would recommend to visit. Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul is a very old church with stunning architecture that is worth visiting and some of the crooked houses were open to public for visit.
It was unbelievable that these crooked houses look exactly like the ones that I have seen on children’s story books. The short tour to explore the interior of a crooked house and to understand the theory that causes the house to bend was in fact interesting. The unique angles of the houses were not built on purpose but because many of the houses were built in hurry with green timber, they bend at unexpected angles when the timbers warped after the wood dried. Kindly refer to the following link for more information on Lavenham! (Year 2009)