My friend and I went and had a lovely experience exploring this grand old home. I would go again. Next time in the summer.
We are big fans of where it all began so if you feel the same, don't miss this museum. The staff is dressed in period costume and the furnishings are original or original to the period. Watch for the tile work around the fireplaces. Not like a castle, but lots to see, so plan at least a couple of hours.... More
We decided to check out the Eldon house after being disappointed with the Museum London as part of open doors London. It was a pleasant surprise! Saw and learned more about the history of London here, then at the museum. Saw many of the artifacts I craved to see at the museum here. Spoke to two of the staff members... More
Eldon House is a fantastic gem in London. A short walk from the Covent Garden Market, Budweiser Gardens, Citi Plaza and shops and restaurants in the downtown along Richmond Row. Admission is by donation and great example of what life was like in the Victorian era. There are special tours: Behind the Ropes and the Nooks and Crannies tour, these... More
Have been twice. Once on Mother's Day and once on Father's Day for their "Strawberry Social". Peaceful, idyllic setting. Old-fashioned tea party! Able to accommodate a gluten-free diet. Tour of Eldon House is a lovely surprise. Very well preserved & much larger than it appears.
I went to Eldon House with our family a couple times (live here). It was educational for our children and I loved the feel of "going back in time". The service at Eldon House is excellent, rooms are fabulous and every time I learned a little something new about how people lived back "when". Also, it was extremely interesting to... More
It is a beautiful old house inteh heart of London. Used to belong to a well off family, we can have a time travel and let us imagine and relive their lives in that era. The guides are excellent.
My mom loved it! There is a large collection of artifacts from all over the world displayed. They also have seasonal strawberry tea functions.
A very nice place to visit. It give you an good view on life of a wealthy family a couple centuries ago. Well maintained and organized place. Staff is competent and available. Worth a visit.
This house is well preserved and has trained staff to help guide your visit. They are there to inform you, but don't get in the way.
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