Well worth a visit. A house gifted to the people of Bournemouth filled with an art collection. A must see
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A very interesting old house with some beautiful artefacts from all over the world. Entrance isn't too expensive, there is quite a lot to see even though the place isn't very big. The sandwiches in the cafe were nice and not too badly priced, although...More
We walked passed this house that we had some knowledge of and it just happened to be in the perfect location for us to drop in as on our way elsewhere. What a gem of a place! so interesting, full of hundreds of items of...More
This interesting old house is an eclectic collection of different designs and art work from the late 19th century. Well worth the visit and the tea room is especially nice.
Very good but rather expensive well laid out and nice paintings there were a party of very well behaved school children who seem fascinated
There is a modern part of the building first as you enter and this has a nice cafe and some art and pottery exhibits. You then enter the old house and the contrast between the two is very clever. This is a little treasure of...More
Enjoyed our visit to this unusual house, museum and art gallery. Lots of rooms to explore and the story of the original owners is very interesting. Nice cafe to relax in after your tour.
This museum was recently featured on BBC news. After some difficulty, we found the way up to the East Cliff area of Bournemouth to this magnificent example of Victorian manor house stuffed full of art, statuary and objets d'arts collected from around the world. It...More