Taking its name from scientist Otto Overbeck, who lived here between 1928 and 1937, this elegant Edwardian house is now a ... More
Taking its name from scientist Otto Overbeck, who lived here between 1928 and 1937, this elegant Edwardian house is now a museum containing Overbeck's eclectic collections of shells, photographs, drawings, model boats, toys, curios, and displays on local maritime history and wildlife. There is a secret room just for children, with dolls, tin soldiers, and other toys, plus a ghost hunt. Outside you'll find a lovely subtropical garden with many rare plants, trees and shrubs. There are spectacular views over the estuary creeks and beaches to Salcombe, which looks quite picturesque in the distance. The garden is not wheelchair accessible, but the ground floor of the museum, shop, and tea-room, are. Braille guides for the museum are available, as well as a Braille ghost hunt.
The Museum of Garden History is the ideal place for garden enthusiasts to explore the history of plants and shrubs,
famous gardeners and plant hunters, major British and world gardens, and all other things horticultural. The museum's churchyard contains ...
Spectacular views over the sea estuary & surrounding countryside; serves fine quality cuisine; reputation for warmth/friendliness. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room).
Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. Coffee Maker. Balcony/Terrace. Hotel Details:53 Rooms ...
The jewellery industry developed in Birmingham from the mid 19th Century. The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter is an award
winning working museum which offers a guided tour around a real jewelry factory, showing you all the different aspects ...