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Good hour spent in this house with the curator who was personable, engaging and informative.
It brought the history to life and the furniture, fittings and environment are interesting and relevant to history and where we are today.
Admission is free but please leave a...More
Stumbled upon this while out walking after calling at the pub next door, found out something new which is always good, the member of staff on duty was very friendly and knowledgeable, great to see somewhere like this being preserved, worth calling in if you...More
This is a really unusual place - I can't think of anywhere else like it. It's an old pub where there was a meeting of a group of noblemen planning the Glorious Revolution of 1688.They were supposed to meet on a nearby moor but apparently...More
Tried going on a Monday only to discover its only open on weekends, when we first tried venturing into the museum the only road sign took us in the completely opposite direction which wasn't good but we found it eventually. Knowing where it actually was...More
Revolution House is a little gem, worth visiting for at least three different reasons. Firstly, because it is a lovely 17th century house, so would be worth visiting even if it had no other significance, if you like historical buildings.
Secondly, it has a fine...More
Recently I've been doing my family tree on Ancestry, and discovered that my 3rd great grandmother used to live here, one of the last people to live here before it took over by the council, her daughter again named Sarah Ann Shepard lived here also,...More
Despite living locally, we had not visited previously. We parked nearby for a Sunday walk and called in to see this free slice of history. Small but significant, this 17th C hostelry hosted a significant meeting which led to the King fleeing, an invasion and...More