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Cottage Museum

15 Castle Hill, Lancaster, England
+44 1524 32808
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Amazing place

Lovely little museum, how did so many people live in one house, fascinating little property well... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Joanne P
Historical Gem

If you are looking for little gems in hard to find places then you will not be disappointed. This... read more

Reviewed 8 March 2017
Hello T
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15 Castle Hill, Lancaster, England
+44 1524 32808
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely little museum, how did so many people live in one house, fascinating little property well worth a visit, not expensive either

Thank Joanne P
Reviewed 8 March 2017 via mobile

If you are looking for little gems in hard to find places then you will not be disappointed. This little tiny museum, located just opposite Lancaster castle is worth a vist allowing you to go back in time and see what it was like living...More

1  Thank Hello T
Reviewed 31 January 2017

Sadly the powers that be decided that museum were an expendable commodity and withdrew their funding for this important piece of history. It is in the same circle as the Castle, so in terms of finding out how the other part after learning about the...More

Thank Ingvar I
Reviewed 12 October 2016

this tiny little house really brings history alive, my daughters love this little house, the lady who is on the door, in full costume knows her history!! great fun

Thank helen m
Reviewed 2 September 2016

A lovely old house, lots packed into this small building of how people used to live, good guides, interesting items from yesterday worth a visit if near the castle and priory.

Thank bazonian2015
Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

Found this little place purely by chance when visiting Lancaster to go to the castle. It really is fascinating to see how people used to live. The cottage itself is so well kitted out as it would have been in the 1800's and the lady...More

1  Thank Andrew T
Reviewed 28 August 2016

So pleased to finally visit another of Lancaster's historic treasures. The house wasn't made for visitors with narrow stairs, limited head height and no running water but is so worth a visit. I do hope it remains open next year as it's wonderful to see...More

Thank Jenny S
Reviewed 24 August 2016

An excellent way to glance at what life would have been like to live in one of Lancaster's little cottages during the Victorian period. Entrance is only £1 for an adult and it's well worth having a nosey and a wander around - take care...More

Thank Christopher F
Reviewed 11 August 2016

Small, but that's how it would be if you lived in these times and had a skilled working-man's life. not loads to see, but the cost was reflective of this. Great place for the kids to realise just how far we have moved on. A...More

Thank Timpom98
Reviewed 11 August 2016

This little building is the best we don't know how lucky we are this 2 bedroom cottage is a real eye opener give it a go and only a pound to get in.

1  Thank Tony F
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