The Workhouse was an institution for paupers in the 19th century and survives as the least altered example of its kind in existence today.
Visitors can explore the segregated rooms and stairways as well as the master's quarters to discover the thought-provoking story of the 'welfare' system, created by the New Poor Law of 1834.
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