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Staircase House
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30-31 Market Place
Stockport
SK1 1ES
United Kingdom

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Staircase House is a beautifully restored townhouse situated in Stockport's historic Market Place. The House is famous for its rare Jacobean cage-newell staircase, which is one of only three examples in Britain.
Visit the House and journey from 1460 to WWII, experiencing every century in between. Discover how people used to live and how society and attitudes have changed over time.
The audio tour can take between one and two hours.


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This cage-newel staircase is only one of three examples in the country and is the reason why Staircase House has its name. It was added to the...
Different forms of lighting were used in the 17th century. Laterns were made from wood or metal, with panels of animal horn. Tallow candles were...
 
This 17th century room depicts the importance of textiles at this time. It was probably used by the cloth merchant visiting the Shallcross family...
This kitchen deptics the typical range that would have been used in 1650.
 
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