The magnificent Brown’s Panorama will be open for viewing from this week on Wednesdays and Fridays (10:30am to 12 noon) throughout the summer at The Sessions House, Louth. In residence will be Margaret Hill or Caroline Rood to answer any questions visitors may have about the paintings.
Brown’s Panorama is a bird’s eye view of Louth and the surrounding area, framed in the time warp of a busy sunny day. Painted in 1844 from the top of St. James’ Church Spire this contemporary nationally important town panorama is on display in the Louth Town Council Old Courtroom, Sessions House, Eastgate (next to the Alms Houses) LN11 9AJ. Calling in advance is advisable to confirm visit.