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The Hardmans' House is a Georgian terraced house that was both the studio and home of photographer E. Chambré Hardman from 1947 to 1988. The museum displays some of their collection of photographs, mainly consisting of portraits of the people of Liverpool, their city and the landscapes of the countryside, along with the equipment they used to take and develop the iconic images. Visitors can also take a look in the darkroom where they were developed and printed.

Alternative name:

en The Hardmans' House - National Trust

The Hardmans' House
L1 9ER Liverpool

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology



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Opening hours

House open by guided tour only, limited spaces available.

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Adults £7.18
Children £3.59
Family £17.95

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  • Restaurant

  • Museum shop

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Parking


Liverpool, England


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