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"See Where The Royals Lived"

The Ancient High House is one of the highlight of Stafford's skyline. It is a timber framed Tudor building built around 1595 by the Dorrington family. It was reopened in 1986 as a museum which now fascinated its visitors with a glimpse into the lives of the the wealthy with its period furniture and decorative architectural features. King Charles I is said to have briefly stayed here in 1642. The various rooms with an exquisite Georgian display is sure to entice you.
48 Greengate Street, Stafford, United Kingdom, ST16 2JA
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"See Where The Royals Lived"
The Ancient High House is one of the highlight of Stafford's skyline. It is a timber framed Tudor building built around 1595 by the Dorrington family. It was reopened in 1986 as a museum which now fascinated its visitors with a glimpse into the lives of the the wealthy with its period furniture and decorative architectural features. King Charles I is said to have briefly stayed here in 1642. The various rooms with an exquisite Georgian display is sure to entice you.
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