Your exclusive opportunity to enjoy Jane Austen’s House Museum on a summer’s evening.
Enjoy exploring the house after hours and learn more about our 70th anniversary exhibition, Making the Museum, in pop-up talks from the exhibition curator. Take a look behind-the-scenes in the Austens’ Attic (usually closed to the public) in ‘Attic Peeps’ sessions with our Learning Officer.
Finally, relax with a cup of tea and a slice of cake in Jane’s garden amid the heady scent of the roses.
Part of the Jane Austen Regency Week programme.
Jane Austen’s House Museum is an historic property with low doorways and uneven surfaces underfoot.
The ground floor and outbuildings at the Museum are fully accessible and have an accessible WC with baby changing facilities.
Unfortunately, the upstairs of the main house is currently only accessible by climbing an historic wooden staircase.
Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the Museum.
Disabled parking is available, please ask in the shop for assistance or telephone 01420 832 62 on arrival.