At the core of this major restoration project has been the creation of a comprehensive education and interpretation centre using the restored House as its focus. Our aim is to provide an innovative and community-serving place providing enjoyment for a wide range of audiences.
The newly built education facilities include the addition of two purpose-built education rooms, both equipped with computers and AV equipment, and one designed as a wet room for arts and crafts and other more practical activities.
Within the department we are creating a supportive learning environment to inspire a love of Gothic Art and architecture, literature and history.
Strawberry Hill House is committed to lifelong learning and offers inspirational learning opportunities for people of all ages.
Pre-school children, families, carers, parents, grandparents and adults of all ages can enjoy this beautiful house and state of the art facilities with disabled access.
We provide a broad range of courses and activities to suit all ages, abilities, and interests from art, craft, music and drama to gardening, literature and history.
Working in partnership with public and private organisations we also target those excluded from mainstream social and educational opportunities.