The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum is the childhood home to the author D.H. Lawrence. The Museum is located in the ex-mining town of Eastwood and surrounded by the lovely landscapes that influenced Lawrence’s life and books. Visit us and find out more – whether you’ve read any Lawrence books or not!
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Admission & Refreshments
Why not book your visit to the museum and post-tour refreshments at the same time? The Birthplace Museum has teamed up with Darlings Café Bar so that you can book you museum admission and choose either:
Cream Tea (scone/cake and tea/coffee)
Traditional Afternoon Tea (Selection of mature cheddar, local ham, egg and cress sandwiches. Home made scone with jam and cream. Choice of cake and tea/coffee)
Luxury Afternoon Tea (Glass of Prosecco on arrival, selection of smoked salmon and cream cheese, local ham, egg and cress and tuna mayonnaise sandwiches. Lemon posset with butter shortbread. Homemade scone with jam and cream. Choice of cake and tea/coffee) that will be ready for you once you have looked around the museum.
The Café bar is situated just around the corner from our site and is a perfect way to finish off your visit.
How much does it cost?
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|Full Lleisure Gym Membership||Free|
|Admission / Cream Tea||£9.45|
|Admission / Trad. Afternoon Tea||£15.75|
|Admission / Luxury Afternoon Tea||£20.25|
Concession prices are for:
- Over 60s
- Disabled visitors & 1 carer*
- Full time students
Please note proof of concession may be required.
*Please note that due to the restrictions of the Grade II listed building there is no wheelchair access to the upper floors but a virtual tour of the Museum is available online here or on a laptop in the Museum Shop (upon request).
Return to Sea and Sardinia 100
A pilgrimage in photographs
23rd May until 30th July
In 1921, D.H. Lawrence and his wife Frieda travelled from Sicily to Sardinia. It was a voyage which was to inspire one of the writer’s most significant travel works, Sea and Sardinia. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the book’s publication, the Fondazione Sardegna Film Commission supported Daniele Marzeddu to direct a new film, which retraces D.H. Lawrence’s steps, ‘Return to Sea and Sardinia’.
This photography exhibition shows 100 of the images taken as part of the project. The images capture the historic buildings, the dramatic landscape and the contemporary inhabitants of the two islands: from The Duomo to street food stalls, and from the Ionian Sea to a Palermo storyteller, across to the Mediterranean Sea to reach Cagliari and finally on the train to interland Sardinia.