Things to see and do at Overbeck's
Built in 1913, the Edwardian house replaced an earlier property owned by the Hopkins family. George Vereker bought the house in 1911, demolished it and from 1915 until 1919 allowed the house to be used as a convalescent home for injured soldiers. The house was bought by Otto Overbeck in 1928 and left to the National Trust in 1937 following his death.
- Join the garden tour each Wednesday at 2pm
- Choose from a selection of children's trails and quizzes
- Hunt for Fred the friendly ghost
- Choose a 'disc' to play on the Victorian Polyphon music box