Do not expect to find 'stately home' furnishings in the rooms. A better description would be a museum. There were a few couches/chairs in each room that one could sit on plus display cases but the main items were paintings & display cases of ceramics & silverware. Saying that what was on display was impressive so from that point of view the house is worth visiting but I was a little dissapointed that the rooms did not contain furnishings, clocks etc. If not relevant to Wellington at least to his era. I am an English Heritage member & used a bus pass to get to London so did not have to pay out for travel & entry. If I had I would have left very dissapointed.
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