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Through the collection items and spaces of the Museum, you will discover Eliza Soane, beloved wife to Sir John, who was the centre of life at Lincoln's Inn Fields until her tragic death in 1815. Over the course of the following years, a heartbroken Soane created many private allusions to Eliza throughout the Museum.
During the Late, our expert guides will take you on a journey through Eliza's life, including her former bedchamber in the Private Apartments, which remained untouched for nineteen years following her death before being converted into the existing Model Room.
There will also be an opportunity to view Anne-Marie Creamer’s immersive short film, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice, which through a combination of photogrammetry, CGI animation, sound, voice and song, is an imagined recreation of Eliza’s bedchamber and a reclamation of Eliza’s presence.
The whole Museum is yours to explore and soak up the atmosphere. We encourage photography at these events, and admission includes a glass of wine in the South Drawing Room.
Tickets available for arrival at either 18:00, 18:30, 19:30 or 20:00 and each slot lasts around 90 minutes. Tickets are available here, via our Shop website.
Ticketed entry at 6, 6.30, 7.30 and 8pm.