Mr. Burns' House
The Burns’ House depicts a typical Victorian middle-class home. Mr Burns, like most fathers of the era, would’ve been the breadwinner - An Advocate, with law chambers directly below the house.
While Nanny attends the youngest children in the Day Nursery, and the maid readies the Bathroom for the weekly bath-night, Mrs Burns is entertained by her daughters in the Drawing Room.
Grandma’s Bedroom, the Night Nursery, and Maid’s Room complete the Burns’ Family home.
FUN FACT - Victorians would test their housemaids by hiding a coin under the carpet – if the coin isn’t found then the maid hasn’t cleaned properly and is sacked. If the coin is found and the maid keeps it, she’d also be sacked.