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Jane Austen's House Museum
The country cottage where Jane Austen lived and wrote her six novels, including the timeless Pride and Prejudice. The most treasured Austen site in the world.
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 13
Join us for a unique evening at with one of Jane Austen’s lost letters. View a rare page of an Austen letter and hear its story from Prof. Kathryn Sutherland. In buying a ticket, you're donating to our appeal to save this precious artefact.
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 11
'...when the Gooseberries are ripe I shall sit upon my bench, eat them & think of you...' - Jane Austen, writing in a letter to her niece Anna in mid July, 1814 🍈
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 9
The Alresford Lacemakers are back again this Saturday, demonstrating their beautiful craft to our visitors. How do they make such intricate pieces?! 👀
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 7
in 1809, Jane Austen moved to live in this house, 'and hence all her works were sent in to the world.' It was here that Jane's genius flourished and where she wrote, revised and had published all her novels.
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 5
‘Thank you Jane ❤️ Your words give women worth, wit and wisdom.’
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 3
“She’s an unbelievable genius.” Thank you to our ambassador for this brilliant interview in the new issue of magazine.
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 3
Join our Director on Thurs 22 August for an intimate talk and guided tour of Jane Austen’s House in the evening. Enjoy a glass of wine as you learn more about Jane’s life here and discover stories behind objects on display. Places very limited!
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 2
Regency Week may be over for another year but these visitors certainly look the part today. 🌷👒
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jul 1
Anna Lefroy (née Austen) was Jane Austen's niece. Jane once said 'there is noboddy [sic] I think of oftener, very few I love better'. She's the recipient of the letter we're fundraising to save, and this portrait is in our collection, thanks to .
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 29
It's less than a month away until the 70th anniversary of the Museum opening *and* our 70th Birthday Party on Saturday 27 July! Discover what delights we have planned here: 🎈
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 28
Drumroll please... 🥁 we've reached 50% of our £10,000 letter fundraising target! 🎉🎉 We've been overwhelmed by the generosity of over 150 supporters so far, and can't thank you all enough:
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 27
We were so excited to see these beautiful images for earlier this week! was living here while she wrote and we can’t wait to see it brought to life on later this year.
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 27
Join us on 23 July at in London for a fundraising evening with ’s letter. This unique event offers guests the chance to support our campaign, view the letter and hear its story from Austen scholar Prof. Kathryn Sutherland. Book:
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 27
Thank you Rebecca and indeed ! We are off to track down a copy!
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 26
Jane Austen Regency Week 🎩 is in full swing and we have another special event on this Saturday. Janine Barchas will give a one-off talk: ‘Austen on the Cheap’. There are a couple of tickets left:
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 25
Another Summer Evening Opening done - and the weather held off! 🌤 Thanks to all who joined us for talks, attic peeps, lacemaking and cake. We had a fabulous time and hope you did too. Happy Regency Week! 🎩
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 25
Thank you so much for coming, it was lovely to meet you! 👋
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 25
We can’t wait!
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 25
Replying to @austenadventure
Glad you enjoyed it. Thank you for coming!
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Jane Austen's House Museum Jun 25
Did you see us in the at the weekend? We so enjoyed sharing the Museum’s story in our 70th anniversary year. Read more:
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