Nelson's finest old home, Broadgreen is a typical gentleman's residence built in the mid-1800's for Mr & Mrs Edmund Buxton and their six daughters. Fully furnished with period furniture and household goods, the house offers a glimpse into a vanished way of life.
Broadgreen House is set in extensive lawns with notable specimen trees planted by Mr Buxton. At the front of the house lies the beautiful Samuel's Rose Garden, a Nelson showpiece throughout the late spring and summer.
Guided tours are available each day and appointments can be made to view collection items not on currently on display, eg the patchwork quilt or handmade lace collections.
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