Strangers Hall is a historic building located in Norwich, England, that dates back to the 14th century. It served as a residence for wealthy merchants, and its name derives from the “strangers” or foreign traders who stayed there during their visits to the city. Since the early 20th century, Strangers Hall has been open to the public as a museum showcasing Norwich’s social and domestic history. The museum features a collection of furniture, textiles, and other artifacts, providing a glimpse into the lives of the city’s residents from the Tudor period to the 20th century. Visitors can also explore the building’s architectural features, such as its medieval undercroft and Georgian ballroom.