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The Wordsworth Museum is closed throughout 2019 for our National Lottery Heritage Fund-supported redevelopment project, Reimagining Wordsworth. From 1 March onwards, (when Dove Cottage is also closed) there will be a special alternative experience...more
All reviews his life dove cottage well worth a visit reading everything quill pen spent nearly great insight hand written spent longer lake district few hours next door his contemporaries his friends guided tour exhibits information
The museum details Wordsworth life & work in the Lake District. It also covers his close relationship with his sister Dorothy & poet ST Coleridge. You get to see his original poems, what he wore & use daily which is a reflection of his period...More
A nice little place, spread across two floors. There are lots of vintage books there to delight you. Plenty of souvenirs available to take home too. The staff here is nice and friendly. Also, this is where you buy your tickets to Dove Cottage. Parking...More
Great museum all about the life, times, works of William Wordsworth and his closest friends and their poetry.
See original handwritten poems, clothing and furniture of the period and get a great insight into the times in which Wordsworth lived and created his famous works....More
Enjoyed the journey through Wordsworth's life! The life-size figures at the beginning of the self-guided tour do not continue as you progress through the museum (thankfully!). Enjoyed trying to write with a quill pen!
The visit to Wordsworth cottage was very interesting and appears to be very much untouched from the time he and his family occupied the place. The volunteers know their subject giving an excellent insight into the history fo the family and the building.
This was a great visit in conjunction with Dove Cottage. We had time to look around the museum before our guided tour in the cottage and then pop back to take in information again. Downstairs is a temporary exhibit space usually with a Lake District...More
Lovely museum with plenty of info about the man and his work, some beautiful paintings to admire, had a pleasant few hours here, ticket is valid for 12 months so keep your receipt if you want to go back.