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Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

East Cliff Hall was the home of Merton (1835-1921) and Annie Russell-Cotes (1835-1920). The building of East Cliff Hall was begun in 1897 and was completed in its first form in 1901.

The house was designed by the architect, John Frederick Fogerty, but Merton and Annie had a great deal of input into the design. It was designed so that Merton and Annie could live in style and comfort and to house their growing collections. The house was to be a showcase, not simply for their own enjoyment, but also for the people of Bournemouth to whom it was given.

On 15 July 1901, Merton presented East Cliff Hall to his wife as a gift on her 66th birthday. This was the same year that Queen Victoria died, making the house one of the last Victorian buildings ever built.

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Adult & Senior Citizen £5* (standard admission £4.54)

Adult annual admission £15* (standard admission £13.63)

Child (5-16 yrs) £4* (standard admission £3.63)

Child annual admission £12* (standard admission £10.89)

Family (up to 2 adults & 2 children) £15* (standard admission £13.63)

Family annual admission £45* (standard admission £40.89)

Child under 5 Free

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10am to 5pm, Tuesday - Sunday, and Bank Holiday Mondays.



Closed Mondays, Good Friday and Christmas Day.

Wheelchair and Pushchair Access. Accessible toilets. Cafe. Large print guidebook. Disabled parking.

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Location: Bournemouth BH1 3AA

Email: r-c.enquiries@bournemouth.gov.uk
Telephone: 01202 451858
Website: http://www.russell-cotes.bournemouth.gov.uk