Clifton. . . a doorway to the past. . .

Clifton is a private 1920's 'Jacobethan' house in which a small collection of furniture, costumes and accessories from the past may be viewed. The museum combines Dawn's love of the past and theatre, with the collection of period clothes, furniture and bric-a-brac accumulated over the years.

Open the door of each successive room and step into the life of a theatrical boarding house through four decades: a late Victorian drawing room: the frills, feathers and fripperies of an actress's boudoir in The Great War: the lodgings of a travelling salesman in the Roaring Twenties: and a family living room during the Blitz.

Visitors have been delighted and many stay for hours looking through the newspapers and artefacts from each period.

Clifton is also an ideal venue for photographic shoots.

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