Lovely property very interesting and well-organised
an interesting museum about a fascinating man and his circle. our group were made to feel very welcome. recommended.
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Set in the historic Close of Lichfield Cathedral, within the most delightful of gardens, the museum celebrates Erasmus, grandfather of Charles Darwin, and an important and fascinating figure in his …
Always a pleasure if I lived closer would love to help with the site 🌹🌹🌹
Super visit, small but interesting
Fascinating. Erasmus was the grandfather and inspiration of Charles Darwin, and in some ways a better thinker. But his forward thinking views caused the powers that be at the time …
What a gem.
Interesting to learn the history of Erasmus Darwin, Charle's grandfather, and the links to other renowned people of that era. Herb garden is an added bonus
Well worth a visit
Amazing, Beautiful, informative, well presented, just fantastic time. Loved it.
A physician but so much more. Enter down the alley opposite the front of the cathedral and walk through the herb and physic gardens.
Visitors to Lichfield should make time to visit this small museum to understand the importance of Erasmus Darwin in the development of the English 18th century enlightenment.
Very interesting museum, I learnt a lot. Very helpful staff/volunteers. An interesting couple of hours.
Well worth a visit. Watch the video about Charles Darwin's grandfather who fathered 14 children then wander around the house and gardens. No refreshments here but lots of good cafes …
Garden only open on our visit day, so unable to give an opinion on the house
An extraordinary man. Visit if you have even a passing interest in the 'Lunar Men'.
I learnt a surprising amount from this small museum. Entrance is Â£4 and it was very quiet on my visit.
Thankfully kept the house is a tangible effort to maintain the memory of a genius and the grandfather of Charles Darwin. Visit and learn!
A very beautiful place to visit & great to know about this person as well. Very much worth the visit.
Small but worth a visit with some good, interesting information boards. Nice herb garden outside too. Very close to the cathedral, also worth a visit.
Small museum run by volunteers who have a passion for their work. Lots of interesting information, presented well. Definitely worth the Â£4 to get in. Wow what a truly enlightment …
A very interesting place. Staff very friendly and welcoming, the talk we came to was very good, we will look for more things to come to here. A very enjoyable …
On the day we visited, there was a massive jigsaw sale going on in almost every room in the house! However, we managed to weave our way around the piles …
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