Dennis Severs' Annual Christmas Installation

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Step into Christmas, circa 1724. This frozen-in-time house, tucked away down a Liverpool St sidestreet has been given a festive makeover, complete with freshly wrapped presents, the sound of carollers and the aroma of a Christmas dinner – almost as if the Huguenot family never left. The Silent Night visits, which take place in the evening (you must send your first and second choice time slot requests in beforehand), include a tour around the house in silence, after which you can choose any room with a roaring fire to be seated in and enjoy a mulled wine and mince pie. Plus curatorial staff will be on hand to answer any questions. NB: This event is unsuitable for children.

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Having been here I will agree it is lovely, but, the stairs are steep and the tour is made in silence, now if your child is over about 8 or 9 and capable of keeping quiet then they may allow a child but I certainly would not take my 6 year old granddaughter.


Eyebrows raised at "This event is unsuitable for children"! Looks lovely.