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All reviews beautiful house late victorian amazing collection guided tour treasure trove victorian era fascinating place overlooking the sea on display free entry nice cafe worth a visit royal bath hotel couple of hours entrance fee rainy day visiting bournemouth
This is a stunning place with spectacular views of Bournemouth and the pier. Great artefacts and works of art. Plus a great courier who knows everything about this place. Well worth seeing and great value for money. There is a lovely cafe there and gift...More
What a gem. The family home of a worthy couple who travelled the world collecting art and artefacts to share with us all. All very grand and well displayed.The views are fantastic perched high on the cliff next to The Royal Bath hotel.Well kept gardens....More
We were in Bournemouth for the Noel Fitzpatrick tour and had been told about the Russell Cotes. We arrived last Tuesday and were so lucky to be just in time for a guided tour. We have never been on a tour where the guide (Pippa)...More
I visited in November.Entry price £7.50.House was lovely with a good mixture of art from around the world.
Terrace was locked so could not step outside to admire the views.Gardens shabby and overgrown,not much to see.Needs some tender loving care.
A beautiful building in a wonderful setting. A journey with a family, in the family home. No rope barriers, just a fabulous collection of the beautiful, the desirable and the interesting. Great coffee shop too, don’t miss it, one of the best places in Bournemouth.
The title is a true reflection of the gallery and museum , it is exactly as advertised. The photographic exibition of John Thomsons relating to China in the Victorian era is superb , there is so much artwork and artifacts on display from nearly every...More
The Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum is one of those places that houses a couple's collection of art and curios from around the worlkd, gathered on their travels. There are regular art installations and a very good video guide to the place's history.
We were unaware of this collection, until we visited in Sept 2018. It is well worth a visit if you are interested in arts and crafts from the late 19th and early 20th Century. The house has. in parts, been kept in a similar condition...More
On the outside this building is impressive but in inside even more so .The former home of a man who travelled the world, That is very clear when visiting the various rooms .We had been before a few years ago but there have been new...More