Fri 27 - Sat 28 Sep, Browne's Hospital stamford georgian festival, local events
A fascinating guided tour of this heritage jewel in Stamford’s crown.
Friday 27, Saturday 28 September 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm & 3pm
A fascinating guided tour of this heritage jewel in Stamford’s crown. Featured as “Middlemarch Hospital” in the film adaptation of George Eliot’s novel the Hospital is now home to 12 residents.
The main rooms to see are the Common Room, the Chapel, the Staircase, the Audit room and the Confrator's room.
The Hospital was founded by William Browne, a rich wool merchant of Stamford, and built in 1475 in the reign of Edward IV.
Please note: We regret to inform you that there is not any wheelchair access to this tour.