An open-access online resource supporting cross-curricular learning electricity, history, and art and design topics from the University of Leeds. The resource takes pupils on a virtual tour around rooms in three historic houses, each with their own guide character. In every room pupils encounter a question about electricity, which is answered by the guide character in an accompanying video. Whilst learning about science, pupils are also prompted to engage with historical questions: who first used electrical technologies in their homes and why? What did different people think about the benefits and risks of domestic electricity? These questions introduce themes of gender and class which can be expanded upon as part of learning about social history. The science content is linked to curriculum requirements at both Year 4 and Year 6 levels, while the interactive resource can be used either in the classroom as a group exercise, or at home as an independent learning assignment.