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Jane Austen's House: Virtual Guided Tour

Book Club; Talks/Lectures
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  • DURATION 60
  • HOW TO ATTEND Attendance is live via Zoom
4.9 out of 5 From 188 reviews

I’ve advocated Mirthy right from day 1... you feel part of this community!

Anna
, reviewed on 04 Jan 2022

Fun, educational & relaxing!

Debbie
, reviewed on 28 Feb 2022

I’m glad I found you. I said this to my wife - without Mirthy, my life would be far less richer than it is now.

Martin
, reviewed on 06 Feb 2022

Event Description

This exclusive online event, hosted by an expert guide from Jane Austen’s House, will use our beautiful virtual tour to show you around the House and outbuildings. It was in this pretty Hampshire cottage that Jane Austen revised, wrote and had published all six of her treasured novels. You can step back in time and follow in Jane's footsteps, see the rooms where she composed her books and created her timeless characters, explore her home, discover objects that belonged to her and wander in the beautiful cottage garden. This will be a virtual tour with lots of opportunities to chat and to ask questions.

  • Duration: 60
  • Online Zoom event: Join from your computer, phone or tablet (no replay available)
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Meet the Host, Jane Austen's House

Jane Austen’s House in Chawton, Hampshire, was Jane Austen's final home. She lived here for the last eight years of her life, from July 1798 until May 1817. In this house her genius flourished, as she revised, wrote and published her six extraordinary novels: Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion.

Today, Jane Austen’s House is a Grade I listed building, an accredited Museum, and one of the most important literary sites in the world. It holds an important collection of objects associated with Jane Austen, including her jewellery, first editions of her books, furniture, textiles and the table at which she wrote her much-loved novels.

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