Join us at venues including the former medieval hospital at Maison Dieu, St Saviour’s Deaf Church, Normansfield Hospital and Chiswick House – plus many archives.
Normansfield Hospital was founded by John Langdon Down in 1868 as a home for people with learning disabilities and a place where they could be educated. ‘Downs Syndrome’ is named after him. The site includes a Victorian theatre with its original fittings, which Down commissioned so that his patients could learn music and drama. His… Read more »