We went to see the house as much as the contents, which was just as well as there isn't much in the contents line yet although we were assured that more exhibits were planned in due course. We had a good and enthusiastic guide who was refreshingly candid about things she didn't know about. The house itself is very interesting and it was fun to mentally unpick all the alterations to it over the years and work out how it has changed. There are lovely gardens behind it which sadly are not part of the deal but all in all Broadway has been gifted a real gem.
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