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The Hardmans' House

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59 Rodney Street, Liverpool. L1 9ER • (0151) 709 6261
The Hardmans' House, Liverpool
The Hardmans' House, Liverpool

Step back in time to the 1950s in this fascinating home and photographic studio. Explore the contrasting sides of this house: the neat, professional, spacious business rooms and the cluttered, cramped living quarters of the renowned portrait photographer Edward Chambré Hardman and his wife Margaret.

They lived and worked here for 40 years, keeping everything and changing nothing.

The business focused on professional studio portraits but their real love was for vivid landscape images. Some of their huge collection of photographs is on display in the house, along with the equipment they used to take and develop the iconic images.

The property is accessible by timed guided tours only. The ticket office entrance is located at the rear of the building on Pilgrim Street.

Features:

No easily accessible wifi. No smoking.

Opening Times:

Mid March to October only: Open 11am–3.30pm Wednesday to Saturday, Closed Sunday to Tuesday (please check the website for any late changes).
Adult £8.69, Child £4.36, Senior £8.69, Family £21.74. Property is accessible by timed guided tours only.

Booking:

Advance booking recommended.

Location:

Located east of the city centre off Upper Duke Street. The ticket office entrance is located at the rear of the building on Pilgrim Street.

Getting There:

National Rail Liverpool Central railway station: 15 minutes walk.
National Rail Liverpool Lime Street railway station: 20 minutes walk.

Parking:

Parking available nearby - payment required.

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The Hardmans' House, LiverpoolThe Hardmans' House, Liverpool
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The Hardmans' House, 59 Rodney Street, Liverpool. L1 9ER • (0151) 709 6261
Attraction Operator: National Trust

Last Updated Monday 20 April 2020

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