This pretty thatched stoned cottage was once used by three local noblemen in 1688 to plot the overthrow James 11. In its time the building was known as the Cock and Pynot Alehouse, now known as the Revolution House. You can also see a film about the revolution to give you more of a feel about the place.
See a wonderful display of 17th century furniture inside this historic building and imagine what it was like to drink and sleep there. You can also enjoy exhibitions of local interest in the rooms.
It may be a small house but it is full of interesting and quirky facts all the family can enjoy.
Facilities: There is a shop on site.
Opening Times: Open daily 11am – 4pm
Please check website for more details about opening hours.
Costs: Free entrance.
Photo Credits: © Debbie of Macclesfield
For further information please visit: http://www.chesterfield.gov.uk