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Monk's House is the country retreat of the novelist Virginia Woolf. This small weather-boarded house was the home of Leonard and Virginia Woolf until Leonard’s death in 1969. The rooms reflect the life and times of the literary circle in which they moved. The garden writing room where Virginia used to work now houses extracts from her diaries and a display of her photographs. Monk's House features exhibits related to: decorative and applied art, literature, fine art and personalities. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: virginia woolf.

Alternative name:

en Monk's House - National Trust

Monk's House
The Street
Rodmell
BN7 3HF Rodmell

Museum type(s)

Art & Design History & Anthropology

Topics

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Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

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Admission

National Trust pass Valid
Adults £6.60
Children £3.30
Family £16.50

Notes

One adult family: £9.90
Group Adult (Minimum group size 15): £6.30

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Location

The Street, Rodmell, England

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