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78 Derngate is a historical home and a Grade II* listed Georgian house that was re-modelled by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for his client W.J Bassett-Lowke. While the re-modelling happened in 1961, the house is said to have been built 100 years previous to that, between 1815-20. The house was bought for Bassett-Lowke as a wedding present. The house features a typical nineteenth century brick terrace, basement kitchen and offices, two ground floor rooms, two floors of two bedrooms each, and as attic. Also located here is a supporting museum that is located in house no 80. Today, the 78 Derngate houses a restaurant, art galleries, meeting rooms, a gift shop, a visitor reception and administration offices. One of the top things to do in Northampton, a visit to this house is a must!
78 Derngate Travel Tips
- Guided and self-guided tours are available.
Entrance Ticket Details For 78 Derngate
- The mentioned ticket price is for the Mackintosh House.
- The mentioned ticket price is for one adult.
- Children between 5 to 18 years: GBP 4
- Family [Adults + Children. 2+2 OR 1+3]: GBP 18.50
- For more ticket prices, kindly refer to their website.
78 Derngate Hours
- Dining Room Restaurant: Closed Bank Holiday Mondays
How to Reach 78 Derngate
- By rented car/taxi
- By bus - Derngate Centre Bus Stop (Bus: 41)
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95% of people who visit Northampton include 78 Derngate in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
53.33% of people start their 78 Derngate visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see 78 Derngate
92.31% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting 78 Derngate