Truely amazing to walk back in time and get a snapshot of what it was like. Guide was helpful and painted a colourful picture, providing details that we now would find hard to comprehend. Life was very good for some and horrid for many others.
Nice to have a look into the houses to see how they might have looked back when they were lived in. Interesting to see the porcelain pieces that were found in the area.
One of the 4 museums in the Arthur's Vale area which each present a different aspect of the island's history. Each one is worth visiting in its own right and you can also get a more personalised point of view on one of the tag along tours.
No wonder the Pitcairn Islanders thought all their Christmasses had come at once when they landed on Norfolk Island. These houses are quite modern in design by today's standards and extremely well built. Once again the history is interesting.
We toured this home on a tag-along tour which I highly recommend. It comes with your Museum pass. An interesting home that gives an insight into how the officer's families lived.
No 10 Quality Row really stands out amongst the other restored cottages due to the eye catching gardens and the bright yellow paint work. I visited this building as part of a Tag-Along tour and museum entry and found it all very interesting and most informative. Well worth the visit.
If you do the tour you get the story about the house and you can go back as often as you like. It is worth seeing who the people use to live.