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Small but interesting

Free entry to a very old house with interesting artifacts and displays, currently re the world... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2018
Malcybabe
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Boston, United Kingdom
Small but worth preserving by the national trust with delightful picnic area close by !!

It not always about the grandeur and size this small property is a little museum allow about ,half... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2018
jerseyjeanette
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Redditch, United Kingdom
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9 Aug 2018
“Small but interesting”
27 May 2018
“Small but worth preserving by the national trust with delightful picnic area close by !!”
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Reviewed 10 August 2018

Free entry to a very old house with interesting artifacts and displays, currently re the world wars. Collect the key from a local address and view at your leisure.

Thank Malcybabe
Reviewed 27 May 2018

It not always about the grandeur and size this small property is a little museum allow about ,half an hour and you need to collect the key from a property near by.To complete your trip a great picnic stop is in the village a hidden...More

Thank jerseyjeanette
Reviewed 30 July 2017

This is quite a small property in a historic building. It's unmanned but keys been be acquired from one of the local houses. The displays are not particularly impressive and it didn't take me long to look round. I sum, if visiting Stamford it is...More

Thank durham05
Reviewed 29 July 2017

We spent a nice half an hour here. The building itself is nothing mind-blowing, but for us it was the whole experience that made this a good outing: the fact that we had to knock on the door of a local to get the key...More

Thank nigellakamp
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Only able to hold20 people it is a great visit ... Only open on Sundays in August and by arrangement at other times. Lots of local interest things including state mining

Thank Mike W
Reviewed 13 August 2016 via mobile

Size isn't everything as far as charm is concerned. Smaller than many of the rooms in nearby Burghley yet perfectly formed. There aren't many complete C15th houses so this one is well worth a visit. There's a paved courtyard and toilet so this small property...More

1  Thank HistoryNeedsYou
Reviewed 12 August 2016 via mobile

Some artifacts inside an old building. An interesting staircase to the second level. Worth 30 minutes for a visit. See the house next to it and the church over the field.

Thank rogerjm
Reviewed 3 September 2015

We have lived less than 10mls from this tiny National Trust property for forty-one years but never previously visited. We've passed the sign pointing to its location in the village of Easton on the Hill very many times on our way through Stamford to Kettering...More

1  Thank jilllovescricket
Reviewed 28 July 2015

This is a small national trust property although you don't seem to have to be a member to visit. There is no admission charge but they do ask for a £1 donation per person. Although the website says it is open most days between 10.00am...More

Thank Allisoncsuk
Reviewed 14 April 2015

This is such a small museum that it is not worth making a trip for but if you are in the area then it is worth a visit. There is no charge and the key is kept by a neighbour. Due to it's size it...More

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