For £1 (or £75p for concessions) you get great value for money. The house was built in 1735 and is furnished in the Victorian period. It has original fittings and a resident ghost.
The house has a lovely lady who guides you around the main room showing you Victorian artifacts and tells you stories of the house, hauntings, history, old letters from previous tenants and more. She has worked here for over 30 years.
The other floors include bedrooms, a laudrey area, basement and attic.
You are allowed to touch and handle most artifacts and furniture such as the bed, Victorian shoes, kitchen equipment etc.
As the height of doorways has not been modified to accommodate the modern stature, you will need to mind your head if you are over 5 feet tall.
It is next to the Castle and complements a visit to the Castle nicely.
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