A Look at George Vialls - Lyme Regis Architect
8th September, 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Lyme Regis Museum, originally called the Philpot, was built in 1902 and opened 20 years later. Its architect, George Vialls produced a stunning building in Northern European Renaissance style with a grand staircase. He also designed the Guildhall and other buildings in Lyme. Join former Museum curator Max Hebditch in looking at the life and career of this outstanding architect.
This is one of 65 events around the county being held to celebrate Dorset Architectural Heritage Week.
Lyme Regis Museum
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