More than the museum, it will be the grand old Georgian premises with its rose gardens and magnificent town house that will enamor you. The Narryna Heritage Museum depicts the life of the bourgeoisies of the Tasmanian region. Built by Captain Andrew Haig, the house where the museum has seen many a residents before it was transformed into a folk art museum and a heritage museum. Some of the favorite exhibits are the pieces of colonial furniture, paintings and clothes, etc. There’s no better place than the Narryna Heritage Museum if you want to experience the rich colonial lifestyle. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Hobart itinerary 3 days.
- Adults - $10
- Concession - $8
- Children (Non-Student) - $4
- Special bookings for groups, events etc are available. Please call to make reservations.
- Last entry at 4:30 pm.
- The Narryna Heritage Museum is closed for lunch between 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm.
- 39 Sandy Bay Rd (Bus Stop)
- Monty's on Montpelier (Contemporary food served)
- Jackman & McRoss (Australian food served)
- Da Angelo Ristorante (Italian food served)
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35.86% of people who visit Hobart include Narryna Heritage Museum in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
56% of people start their Narryna Heritage Museum visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Narryna Heritage Museum
74% of people prefer walking in order to reach Narryna Heritage Museum
Well presented community historic musumn
Extremely Interesting Heritage House to Enjoy Exploring.
Beautiful place and amazing guides.
Lovely example of original 1840's Hobart architecture. Mostly fitted out with period content but little original due to the changing ownership and use of the house. Great courtyard at the back.
Fantastico small heritage museum