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Narryna House & Garden offers a delightful retreat from the modern world. Step back into a 19th century, enjoy the old fashioned charm and take in the lovely spring garden. Why not bring a picnic? Australia's first folk museum (opened 1957) offers...more
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If you are visiting Hobart, don’t miss this historic house as it really fills in a part of the jigsaw puzzle of the social history of the penal colony. Not only is the house full of Georgian furniture and items, but it tells so much...More
I visited this house/museum on a recent trip to Hobart. I wasn’t going to go in originally but I’m so glad I did. The lady that greeted us had so much information on the house and relayed it to us with such enthusiasm. The rooms...More
Just a short walk from the Hobart CBD, this colonial Georgian home is well worth a visit. Beautifully laid out rooms and well cared for. Very friendly and helpful staff. Great place to start your exploration of Battery Point.
We learned so much from our visit to this beautiful historic home. The staff were extremely generous with their time, answering our questions and describing the history in whatever detail we wanted. The "handout" was useful, as were the detailed descriptions in each room. We...More
An authentic Georgian Greek revival home from around 1840, well looked after by the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Although the furniture is not original to the house, what is there seems authentic and appropriate. The place is well documented and provided a quick introduction...More
What a great historical house to visit. The volunteer was so friendly on entering the house and had so much knowledge about the history of the house. An added bonus was the beautiful collection of dresses from the early eras of settlement in one of...More
We were strolling through the historical streets of Battery Point when we noticed Narryna Heritage Museum which gives a great insight into the early convict lives serving the wealthy Haigh family & the completely different lifestyles both endured in the early 19th century.