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Fashionable Georgian and Regency Jewellery

Fashionable Georgian and Regency Jewellery

On a recent trip to London, the Jane Austen Detectives visited The British Museum. Unbelievably, this iconic building is free to visit, although donations are...

Posted: June 16th 2016

Blog tags: History, Latest News

Category: Jane Austen Archives

Hampshire's Ode to Jane Austen

Hampshire's Ode to Jane Austen

After completing another Austen-related trail in Kent, our return journey took us through the glorious countryside of the South Downs National Park. As we entered...

Posted: March 15th 2016

Blog tags: History, Latest News, Tours

Categories: Jane Austen Archives, Personal History

Steventon Tours

Steventon Tours

Richard Tanner's Tour of Steventon, Ashe & Deane

Richard Tanner is a local historian who lives in the North Hampshire village of North Waltham. He...

Posted: April 24th 2015

Blog tags: Tours

Category: Personal History

Tour of Steventon Jane Austen's Birthplace with Richard Tanner

Tour of Steventon Jane Austen's Birthplace with Richard Tanner

The Jane Austen Detectives visited the small village of North Waltham in North Hampshire where we met author and local historian, Richard Tanner.

Posted: April 23rd 2015

Blog tags: Tours

Category: Personal History

Chawton Tours

Chawton Tours

Jane Austen's House Museum

Jane Austen's house is located in the Hampshire village of Chawton. Her adopted brother, Edward Austen-Knight offered the cottage that...

Posted: April 23rd 2015

Blog tags: Tours

Category: Personal History

Jane Austen Winchester Tours

Jane Austen Winchester Tours

College Street, Winchester

At the end of May 1817, Jane Austen's health deteriorated, her sister Cassandra accompanied her to live in College Street, Winchester (now...

Posted: April 22nd 2015

Blog tags: Tours

Category: Personal History

Bath Tours

Bath Tours

The Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum is one of the finest buildings in Bath and was certainly well-known to Jane Austen. The Museum is situated...

Posted: April 21st 2015

Blog tags: History, Tours

Categories: Jane Austen Archives, Personal History

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