Pickford’s House Museum is a 1770 Georgian town house furnished in the style of the period. Visit free of charge for a self-guided session or choose from a range of facilitated sessions,
Pickford’s House Museum is a 1770 Georgian town house designed by local architect Joseph Pickford as his family home and business premises. Rooms are furnished in the style of the period with the upper rooms hosting changing costume displays and a permanent display of toy theatres.
From Derby Station, Pickford’s House Museum is a 30 minute walk through the city centre or there are frequent bus services from Derby Railway Station into the city centre.
Derby Museums offers a range of engaging and award-winning sessions which both challenge and excite pupils, delivered by an experienced learning team.
Derby Museums holds a prestigious Sandford Award for high quality education provision; an independently judged, quality assured assessment of education programmes at heritage sites, museums, archives and collections across the British Isles.
Visit free of charge for a self-guided session or choose from a wide range of facilitated sessions, at one of our three museum sites.Derby Museums Education