Guidebook: Down House
Product Code: 14161
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Charles Darwin lived for 40 years at Down House in rural Kent until his death in 1882. Here, in the home that he lovingly created with his wife and family, he developed a scientific theory that would rock the world. This beautifully illustrated new guide takes the visitor on a tour of the house and the gardens that Darwin used as his open-air laboratory. The fascinating history of the Darwins at Down includes sumptuous photographs, historic images and eyewitness accounts.
- 52 pages
- Published in 2009
Size: 210mm (w) x 285mm (h)
Author: Tori Reeve
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