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Grove Museum of Victorian Life

Andreas Road, Ramsey IM8 3UA
+44 1624 812686
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A house as it was nearly a century ago

Excellent museum. It is a house which you can wander round at your own pace. It feels as if you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
sharonY3941FR
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Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom
Great museum and very pleasent staff

firstly a big thank you to Paul who was very pleasant and helpful . the Victorian tells the tale of... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
mrmbest
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Leeds, United Kingdom
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“A house as it was nearly a century ago”
6 Apr 2017
“Great museum and very pleasent staff”
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Andreas Road, Ramsey IM8 3UA
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Excellent museum. It is a house which you can wander round at your own pace. It feels as if you have walked in as the owner has just stepped out.

Thank sharonY3941FR
Reviewed 6 April 2017

firstly a big thank you to Paul who was very pleasant and helpful . the Victorian tells the tale of a Liverpool shipping merchant who came to live in the isle of man with his family it is a very interest museum and story ,...More

Thank mrmbest
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Very interesting if you like historical things. Actors were good, rooms can be a bit of a tight squeeze if there's a few in the group but would definitely recommend it.

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Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

We enjoyed our visit here on the whole. Our tour guide had not long started the role and although she was very pleasant she did not appear to know a great deal of information and pretty much told us a few things we already knew...More

Thank Kirstles83
Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

An interesting little gem, well worth a visit. Staff were excellent. Very knowledgable . Both my grandparents used to work there , so was of particular interest to us as a family. My mum ( who visited with us ) was thrilled as she remembered...More

1  Thank barb1cheshire
Reviewed 20 September 2016

The home of the Gibbs family and more lately 2 sisters from the Gibbs family. The contents of the house have not changed since they were girls in the late 19th century. We arrives early and was the only people there, as such we had...More

1  Thank mark c
Reviewed 10 September 2016

Should with unusual family artifacts used by one family .includes a garden outbuildings and equipment historially interesting.Helpful staff Ticket available to allow entry to other places of interest on the island for £20 per adult Entry today £5 so well worth it if you want...More

Thank niftyfiftyone
Reviewed 5 September 2016

An interesting peek into victorian life. There is much to see but the one thing that struck me a odd was a Rocking horse allegedly belonging to the sisters who lived there. It was a 20th century design as far as I can tell. Still...More

Thank cjtayl0r
Reviewed 19 August 2016

we visited this after the isle of man race week on a tour round the island, the lady who gave us the guided tour was excellent and made the visit most interesting( sorry i forgot your name) from arriving here to leaving it was a...More

1  Thank 13Yorkshire
Reviewed 13 August 2016

I had read about this house in my research for the trip but didn't think we would have time to include it. As it was we arrived with 40 mins to spare before it closed. It is a real insight into Victorian life and the...More

Thank 819JohnP
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