Have you ever visited the Kilns?

The Kilns, also known as C. S. Lewis House, is the house on the outskirts of Headington Quarry (where Lewis is buried at Holy Trinity Church) in the village of Risinghurst, Oxford, England, where C. S. Lewis wrote all the Narnia books and other classics. Lewis’s gardener at The Kilns, Fred Paxford, is said to have inspired the character of Puddleglum the Marshwiggle in The Silver Chair. Although the house is not a museum, it is still open for tours (more info here: Tour The Kilns ) I think it would be so cool to do that sometime!

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