If you admire or love the music of Britten then this is a must. Although the actual house is closed in the winter it didn't spoil our visit as it was more interesting to see the exhibition- free- with audio guide, the library and above all the studio, with its view of the beautiful gardens, where Britten worked - we could almost imagine he was about to come through the door and start composing. This has been lovingly put together and would stand many more visits before everything was seen and heard.
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