Went on a fairly bright day and although it clearly states that it is lit by candlelight to give visitors a feeling of what the era was like, its just TOO dark to see very much - particularly in the basement kitchen (I am very...更多
The house basically takes you on a journey of a silk weaving family in Spitalfields over the centuries. Moving from the bottom to top you have a view at how life changed for the family over time. You don't speak, you see, smell and listen...更多
My girlfriend and I were not sure what to make of this place. Buy an old house fill it with antiques, place a few thought provoking cards around and charge £10 per person to walk around it in absolute silence. What a way to make...更多
Unless you are already in the area, like visiting the Tower of London, with extra time on your hands, I would skip this. The house has about 10 rooms with articles from previous centuries, and there are no explanations about what you're seeing (and many...更多
Not sure what we expected but whilst it was interesting to see rooms which did not have the clinical look of a stately home their ordering was haphazard which threw our logic. Alas we had few smells to tantalise us (Jorvick had more) and we...更多
It is like no place I have never been to before. I was fascinated by how well the rooms were presented--from the arrangements, to the smell! My favourite part of the house is the kitchen downstairs. Visitors are usually grouped in batches that would either...更多
This is not a museum. It's an experience. An amazing one.
You enter an XVIII century family home and experience the way of living of that time.
It's a time capsule.
Do not miss it in your next visit to London.
Ckeck the schedules. It...更多