The Staircase House (Stockport) Reviews
Description:30/31 Market Place / Stockport / England / SK1 1ES / Tel: 0161 480 1460. / Originally a medieval hall, Staircase House ... more
Newest Review: ... concessions. There is a special family ticket that admit two adults and two children for £12.90 and children under five are admitted for free. The admission fee is good value for money as it includes a very good audio guide tour that really enhanced my understanding of the house. You enter the house in the courtyard where there is an introductory room with computer generated graphics of ... more
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by - written on 05/05/07 (Very useful, 700 readings)
When you think of historic English towns and cities you think instantly of places such as York, Chester and Bath. Stockport does not come to mind at all. Surely its just an industrial town near Manchester? Well no. It may not be in the same league as the other places mentioned but it does have a few historic gems that make it worth visiting such as the Tudor Bramhall, Hall, the Victorian market, the picturesque Chadkirk Chapel and their newest heritage attraction the Staircase House. You might be thinking “Not another historic house with period rooms” . You may be right to an extent. However I feel the Staircase House has a couple of unique aspects that ... Read the complete review
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