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This is an interesting place to visit with helpful guides and lovely grounds. Often used for filming regrettably we were unable to visit the cloisters but the house was a good place to see how photography developed. Good pub in the village with reasonably priced...More
Have always wanted to visit Lacock Abbey,as I have for many years had a keen interest in the 'art', / 'science of producing pictures, having had several darkrooms and sometimes lamented the passing of the film age although I now enjoy the the ease and...More
After visiting the abbey it is worth visiting the Fox Talbot Museum which is adjacent to the exit from Lacock Abbey.
There is an exhibition of old cameras which will bring back memories from years gone by. It also explains how photographic paper was made,...More
We visited this museum along with the adjacent property as part of a coach tour. I am not a photographer and so my interest was limited. My husband however was enthralled with the cameras on display. I feel that some development is needed to appeal...More