Not spectacular, but a rather welcome break from the business of the Quay area in Summer. The physic garden at the back (which is open 6 months of the year) is a lovely quiet courtyard, and the catalogue of the plants and their medicinal uses makes fascinating reading.
The house itself is only open during August, and is worth a visit for the Victorian school room and small collection of childhood toys and games.
It's not somewhere that you would go for it's own sake, but as it is completely free of charge, it makes a rather interesting distraction if you are wandering in Poole Old Town or have been admiring the boats moored at the Quay and in the marina.
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