Littlecote House, painting, 18th century

Explore Littlecote House

Explore Littlecote House (to open in a new window hold shift key while clicking the link)

This interactive module was designed for Key Stage 3 study of the English Civil Wars. It can be used in the classroom by teachers with SmartBoard™ technology or directly from the computer screen.

It utilises high resolution images, therefore please be aware that load times can be quite long and will be dependent upon your computer and connection speed.

The module was built using Adobe Flash® technology, if you do not have Flash® installed or it is disabled, we have created static web pages that contain the same information.

Click here to Explore Littlecote House without Flash.

To minimise load delays we recommend the following:

  1. Ensure your web browser has the Flash plug-in and all Active-X controls are turned on.
  2. Open browser and ensure that page caching is turned on.

Download our helpful instructions for turning browser cache on.

Now that page caching is turned on in your browser go through the entire module and load all image and pop-ups. This will reduce load times considerably as the pages are stored in the memory of your computer.

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Sunday 23 April

Did you know?

Finest Sheffield steel

The Royal Armouries holds one of the finest pairs of Colt 1861 navy revolvers in the world: both in mint, unfired condition. They were originally presented to Mark Firth, the Sheffield steelmaker who supplied Samuel Colt with steel.