Charles Wade's home is full of the intriguing and varied objects he collected. The atmospheric manor is filled with over forty thousand items, from tiny toys to Samurai armour, musical instruments, fine clocks and many curious items.
Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote some of his best works in his time in this cottage. The cottage is as if the Coleridge's have just popped out, with quills for you to try and a relaxing reading room. Reopens 6 March.