Attraction in Wisbech

Octavia Hill Birthplace Museum
8 South Brink

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A Grade II* listed Georgian house, in which Octavia Hill, social reformer and co-founder of the National Trust was born. Features for 2009 include a startling recreation of the Victorian slums of "Little Hell", a history of social housing room, a National Trust room and one of Octavia's "outdoor sitting rooms" in the "secret" garden.


Months Open: 17 Mar-31 Oct, Wed, Sat, Sun, Bank Hol Mon, 1400-1730. Last admission 1700. Closed 11,12 Apr, 25 Dec-6 Jan
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Admission Price: Adults: 2

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