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The metal window frames and posts you can see spread amongst the garden form part of a three-dimensional exhibit by Sculptor Gillian Brent
Pickford's House, a Grade One listed building, was built in 1770 by the architect Joseph Pickford as his family home and work premises. Other houses in Friar Gate, Derby's finest Georgian Street, were also designed by Joseph Pickford. Normally Georgian houses that are open to the general public are stately homes with grand reception rooms, and priceless furniture and paintings to match, by contrast Pickford’s House allows you to relive the life of a professional man living in this era.
This is a great museum to visit and its free, please visit soon !