Hezlett House, County Londonderry
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A museum display explaining the cruck construction; and a collection of mid-Victorian furnishings, some from the house and others brought in. Also housed at Hezlett are the broken relics of the sculpture collection once owned by the Earl Bishop at Downhill. Once a fine collection of sculpture brought from Italy in the late 18th century, the collection was later dispersed and partly destroyed in a fire at Downhill in the 19th century, the broken fragments gradually dug into the gardens from whence they occasionally emerge.