Bring friends and family along for a private viewing of this micromuseum, seating up to 5 guests. Tours are conducted by the resident curator, daughter of the collector, in the front room of her own home. All exhibits can be handled and one board is chosen by the party to present the scones for tea, included in the price. Pass a joyful afternoon learning about the history of breadboards, their woods, materials and motifs. Contribute your own reminiscences to the social history section of our blog and bring your own to show. Wheelchair-accessible, heated Victorian privy, toddlers and small dogs all welcome. Hosting birthday parties, Mother’s Day teas, Valentine’s Day treats and reunions in this cosy haven, dripping with Victorian artistry. Visit our blog for more information : https://antiquebreadboards.com/ or telephone 020 8785 2464 to discuss other dates. We look forward to hearing from you!