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Well worth a visit. You get a interesting and informative booklet to guide you around the house.
Certainly left me feeling grateful for what I have today. Just one thing that made me a little angry...... All the Apple's that are left to rot in...More
Well worth a visit, it really takes you back in time, to the workhouse times. How lucky everyone is today. There is a guided tour at 11 but we arrived after this, we were given a booklet to read as we went round, which helped,...More
Made to feel very welcome by the volunteers the tour my our guide Norman was great and brought the workhouse to life. The inside of the house was depressing and enlightening at the same time , we both enjoyed the day and it is well...More
Well worth a visit as it is one of the last surviving examples of a Victorian workhouse. There are a limited number of guided tours of the exterior of the building in the hour before the main house opens at 12 noon. Our guide was...More
I decided to take a visit out to the Work House as I had visited the one in Ripon a few months back and really enjoyed it. I called in advance and I was informed that they do a 11.00 tour before it opens at...More
Good day out in southwell and the workhouse staff did a little tour before12 oclock which was intresting telling us what things were about.i only gave 4 because i felt there could have been more things to tell how people lived in there.visual things personal...More
We wanted to visit this National Trust building since seeing it on television with Alan Titchmark. What a good job the National Trust has done in restoring this building. A sad reminder of past times. Good, knowledgeable guides, with excellent booklet to take round with...More