The Georgian house isn't huge but there is a lot to see. There are four floors and several furnished rooms with guides in each, all of whom seemed really enthusiastic and to know what they were talking about. There are some artefacts which were odd to us today, but the guide explained their use and how clever some of the 'inventions' were. In the basement there is a kitchen and butler's pantry etc, but also a good 10 minute or so video running on a loop which shows a mini drama based on the family who owned the house in Georgian times, with the lifestyle of the family and the role of the servants. This would be particularly good for children as they could then wander through the rooms and imagine life there. On the upper floor there are a couple of rooms where they obviously run childrens' workshops too. My only disappointment was that there were no servants quarters, despite there seeming to be the space to have a room set out like that. There is much mention of the servants in the video, so a link in to the rooms in the house would be good. A suggestion for the future maybe?! The Georgian House is closed through (most?) of the winter which is a shame. It's worth a visit. We did one of the hop-on hop-off bus tours which went past the door so it was easy to find.
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