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J M Barrie, author, playwright and creator of the much loved character Peter Pan, was born in this house on 9 May 1860. It was here that he spent hisÂ early years, growing up immersed in the traditions of the small weaving community, and finding inspiration in everything around him.Â
The house is now a museum dedicated to telling the story of J M Barrie. The exhibition rooms explore Barrie's life, the inspirations of hisÂ childhood andÂ adult life, his route to success, literary and stage works, and his enduring connection with Kirriemuir.Â Furniture and personal items that belonged to Barrie help to tell the story.
Elsewhere in the house two rooms have been recreated to appear as they would have done when Barrie was a boy. Along with theÂ wash house, whereÂ Barrie rehearsed and performed his childhood plays, these rooms give visitors a sense of what life was like in the busy Barrie household.
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