Nearly forgot to mention, went on the tour around 59 Rodney st, the home and studio workplace of Edward Chambre Hardman.

An interesting afternoon. It was great to see inside of one of those grand houses on Rodney st.
Apart from sorting out Chambre Hardman's stuff into some sort of order, nothing has been altered, particularly in the living quarters. There is a nice view of the Anglican cathedral from one of the bedroom windows.

Obviously a must for any photography buffs, but it's also interesting to see the building.

Entry is by appointment for a guided tour. I think though, that if it's not too busy you could go in without a booking.

It's £4. 70p for adults, £1. 30p children.

I wouldn't recommnd it for children though, as It's more of interest to grown ups. My son found it pretty boring - although normally he does love museums and history. But as this is a lot of photographic equipment and stuff,it didn't appeal to him.

Glad we went though.