The house contains an impressive collection of his works, especially his paintings. It also contains a number of large model sailing vessels, which he built for relaxation. The meticulous detail of these is really quite amazing.
Outside are a number of his statues. The painting studio was closed, but we joined a short tour which included admission to the etching studio. This left us with a great respect for the time and effort that Lindsay put into the creation of his etchings (consistent, I suppose, to his approach in constructing the model sailing ships) and just as much respect for the efforts of his second wife, Rose, who laboured long and hard printing them - a task in which Lindsay himself apparently didn't participate.
We finished up with coffee and scones at Lindsay's Cafe, which is within the grounds.