- Victorian Baby Carriage
- Queen Victoria – A Very Naughty Princess
- A Dress to Die For! A Look at the Dark Side of 19th Century Fashion
- Stay in Austen Inspired Cottage at Chatsworth
- Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire
- Death in the Victorian Era – How Long to Mourn
[Image: The Royal Collection © 2010 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II] Queen Victoria and Prince Albert are closely associated with Christmas traditions at Windsor Castle. [...]
Begin with the annual colorful costumed parade, Europe’s largest Regency costumed Promenade
Its story begins in the rainforests of Central and South America.
Jane Austen exhibition reveals author’s life and brings new prominence to her final resting place.
Provenance, a word that describes the history of a piece, is a significant factor in determining the value of an antique. Provenance refers to an object’s history, or [...]
During the 19th century, the manufacture of the horse carriage was an important industry. The light four-wheeled buggy with open sides was mass produced from the mid- 19th [...]
Learn about The Young Victoria movie in the Victorian era — Victorian dresses, fashions, food, customs, parties, even Christmas.
William Morris was one of the principal founders of the British Arts and Crafts Movement.