Wordsworth House and Garden
- It’s always cosy in the kitchen at Wordsworth House
- Wordsworth House and Garden is the birthplace and childhood home of poet William
- Garden flowers in Wordsworth House's common parlour
- The nursemaid and maid-of-all-work make the children's bed at Wordsworth House
- Brass pans in Wordsworth House's working 18th-century kitchen
Step back to the 1770s at William Wordsworth’s childhood home
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" Your wonderful volunteers made the day perfect"
" What a lovely house, wonderful atmosphere, lovely staff"
" The toilets were worth a visit alone"
" The happiness the Wordsworth children experienced still radiates here"
" A truly wonderful experience. The costumed maids, in particular, were so lovely with our daughter, helping her make clapbread."
Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Wordsworth House and Garden on the National Trust Collections website