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This 17th century timbered framed cottage is situated in the historic market town of Uttoxeter. It offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about the town within the setting of an historic house with a beautiful courtyard garden. The museum contains period room settings from the 1940s, the 1800s and 1600s as well as permanent displays describing the town's fascinating history and local personalities including Samuel Johnson, Francis Redfern and Mary Howitt.

Redfern's Cottage: Museum of Uttoxeter Life
34-36 Carter Street
ST14 8EU Uttoxeter

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History & Anthropology

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0 - 15 Free
Adults £3.00
Family £15.00

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Adult Membership (annual subscription)–£8
Concession Membership (annual subscription)–£5

Family ticket is valid for two adults and unlimited...

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Location

34-36 Carter Street, Uttoxeter, England

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