Pickford’s House is a unique museum set in the former home of enlightenment architect Joseph Pickford. Experience the contrast of domestic life between the master and servant from the 18th to the 20th centuries in the splendour of Georgian architecture. The museum is situated amongst impressive old buildings on Friar Gate in Derby city centre. It is a 25 minute’ walk to Pickford’s House from Derby station.
Pickford’s House is a unique museum set in the former home of enlightenment architect Joseph Pickford.
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