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It's a great record of how Newcastle life was for these ladies who were spinsters living in this home. The collection of clothes was cute and interesting. The place is a little bit musty as you would expect. The volunteers are passionate and delightful.
If you haven’t already been,mark this one on your list of things to do.
Open every second Sunday of the month.
My husband and I wandered through today and stepped back in time.The house was built in 1909 and furniture,clothing and utensils are all out...More
Miss Porter's House in a home of major historic value for Newcastle city centre. It is open some weekend for to go though. Full of historic furniture. Its like taking a step back in time.
Very good worth a look.
A fascinating insight into the lives of two of Newcastle's well known citizens and their family. The house contains many items belonging to the Porter sisters and their parents reflecting the history of the early families of the city. You can visit as a museum...More
How lively it us to see an historic house in Newcastle preserved and open yo the public. The home was very nicely presented with appropriate furniture and nick nacks. The volunteers were very helpful, it wouldn't be open with out them.