We were greeted by a lovely friendly and knowledgeable guide who explained the treasures; their origin and connection to the house. The museum houses the largest collection of flint glass , which is the earlier format of lead crystal.
The ground and first floors are set out as they would be when the Bishop was in residence. The top floor accommodates local history up to the 1960.
On the ground floor there is an amazing workshop where a glass cutter carries out his craft whilst chatting to visitors.
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit finishing off with a delicious coffee in the coffee shop on the ground floor.
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