“The Elizabethan House holds a large and extensive collection of antique furniture dating back as far back as the 1500s and there’s an impressive art collection on display around the house. The Victorian kitchen and scullery house items that would once have represented the cutting edge of technology and been in everyday use in the house.
You can get hands on with the Elizabethan past in the bedroom (complete with replica to try on), learn why the Conspiracy Room is so-called and find out how a Victorian maid would have completed the weekly washing.”
"If you will be visiting with a carer, they will be admitted to the museum free of charge."
"Assistance dogs are very welcome. Ask for a bowl of water at the reception desk."
People with impaired sight or hearing
"If you would like access information in any other format such as Braille, large print, audio cassette, or CD, please contact us."General accessibility features:
- Assistance animal welcome
"There is no lift in the building, so access for wheelchair and pushchair is limited to the ground floor rooms. A DVD virtual tour is available in reception area showing the upper floor."
"A toilet is available on the ground floor, however it is not large enough to accommodate a wheelchair."Vision accessibility features:
- Audible or braille signage
- Large print or high contrast menus and other signage