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Owletts is the former home of Sir Herbert Baker, the architect, famous for his work in India where he worked with Lutyens and South Africa. The house has a Carolean staircase and plasterwork ceiling and a large kitchen garden. Owletts features exhibits related to: architecture. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: sir herbert baker, architect.

Alternative name:

en Owletts - National Trust

Owletts
The Street
Cobham
DA12 3AP Gravesend

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology

Topics

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Opening hours

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Admission

Children £2.20
Family £11.00
Adults £4.40

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Location

The Street, Gravesend, England

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