Visited whilst on holiday from England UK. After walking around for ages we eventually found the house which isn't very well signposted. When arrived we were told we would have to wait for nearly 2hours for a tour. luckily we were allowed to sit in the gardens whilst we waited and it was a nice day. When we finally got in for the tour we handed our belongings over, were told the rules and begun the tour. The tour is very interesting and it was amazing to be in the house of such an incredible man. Well worth the visit to say you have been although it was closing not long after we visited for a long-term renovation.
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