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  • Althorp - The Spencer family ancestral home and garden, where Diana, Princess of Wales is buried, and includes an illustrated history and description of this Elizabethan house remodeled along Classical lines located at Northampton.
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  • The Amersham Museum - A local history museum based in a 15th century half-timbered house with general information and images.
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  • Ascott House - UK National Trust garden and property previously in the ownership of the Rothschild family. Includes contact information. Buckinghamshire, England.
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  • Breamore House & Museum - Elizabethan manor house completed in 1583 by the Doddington family and purchased in the early 18th century by Sir Edward Hulse, whose family remained there for the next 250 years. Located in Breamore, Hampshire, England.
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  • Charles Dickens' Birthplace Museum - House in Portsmouth, England into which famous writer Charles Dickens was born.
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  • Chenies Manor - A Tudor manor house built c.1460 with home, garden and church information, and calendar of events located at Buckinghamshire.
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  • The Dickens House Museum - Dickens's 19th century home in London, now preserved as a historic house museum.
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  • Fairfax House - Located in York, England, home to the famous Noel Terry collection.
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  • The Folly - A 17th century house close to the centre of Settle in the heart of Yorkshire's Craven Dales.
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  • Friends of Oakwell Hall and Country Park - An authentic 16th century manor house with its 110 acres of country park, containing a virtual tour, events, and visitor information located at Birstall, Batley, West Yorkshire.
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  • Gainsborough's House - The museum and gallery of the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough located in Sudbury, Suffolk, and includes information on the site, collections, exhibits, and events.
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  • The Handel House Museum - 18th century house where George Frideric Handel lived for 36 years until his death in 1759. Restored to reflect the life and times of the composer. Hours of operation and directions to London location.
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  • Harewood House - English country estate offers tours of its state rooms, art collections, and gardens. Includes a virtual tour, events, programs, hours, admission rates, and directions to the location in Leeds.
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  • Historic Royal Palaces - Information on the Kensington Palace (London), The Banqueting House (London), Kew Palace and Queen Charlotte's Cottage (Surrey), and Hampton Court Palace (Surrey).
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  • Holst Birthplace Museum - The Regency terrace house where Gustav Holst, composer of The Planets was born in 1874, and includes a biography, information on events, description of the rooms, and visitor information located at Cheltenham.
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  • Jane Austen's House Museum - The house where she wrote and revised her famous novels including Pride and Prejudice with information on the history, location, maps, events, and news located at Alton, Hampshire.
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  • Leighton House Museum - The former studio-house of the great Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896) with home, exhibition, events, and biographical information located at London.
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  • Red House Museum - A red brick house built in 1660, the home to the Taylor family who were cloth merchants and manufacturers, containing general and visitor information located at Gomersal, Cleckheaton.
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  • The Regency Town House - The architecture and social history of Brighton and Hove between the 1780's and 1840's.
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  • Sand - Historic house and garden, situated in the picturesque regency seaside resort of Sidmouth, England.
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  • The Sherlock Holmes Museum - Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived at 221b Baker Street between 1881-1904, according to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
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  • Sudley House - Home of Victorian ship owner, merchant and art collector George Holt and his family. Displays include eighteenth and nineteenth British paintings. Liverpool, England.
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