Originally built in 1573, Eastbury Manor House is one of the few manors of its kind that still almost completely retains its original architecture, structure and artwork. Built for a wealthy merchant, the exterior keeps its original appearance with the original brick siding, glass windows and high chimneys (all indicators of great wealth for its time). The interior is still adorned with beautifully restored wall-paintings of 17th century life. Come admire the beauty and craftsmanship of a one-of-the-kind historic manor.
The Bank of England Museum houses a vast collection of banknotes, coins and other monetary... Read more