Discover real Australian History where it happened!
Take a Weekend Tour of Hambledon Cottage and experience a 19th century lifestyle. Hambledon Cottage Museum interactive guided tour gives you the chance to handle real wool straight from the sheep’s back as it was when the cottage was part of the Macarthur estate.
Come on this brilliant showcase of colonial life from the 19th century. You will be entertained with the love story of Elizabeth and John Macarthur, the drama of the Rum Rebellion and the pistol duel between John and his commanding officer William Paterson.
Stories of pioneer farmers, explorers Gregory Blaxland, Hamilton Hume, Matthew Flinders, church leaders and Governors of the colony are woven into the fabric of this Georgian style cottage.
Don’t miss the Lucas Gallery exhibition and the Female Factory Story.
Weekend tours re-commence from Saturday October 17 & Sunday October 18, then every weekend up to and including Sunday 20 December, when it will close, re-opening on Saturday 2 January 2021.
Groups may apply for guided tours during the week if more than 15 persons are coming.
Opening hours from 11am, with the last tour at 3pm.
Adults $8 each, Concession $6 each, Children $2 each.
FREE parking in the grounds
Ph: 9635 6924 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hambledon Cottage is COVID compliant, with hand hygiene, temperature checks and recording of contact details. A mask must be worn whilst in Hambledon Cottage – visitors should bring their own mask or purchase one on site.
John Macarthur’s Hambledon Cottage House Museum
Gregory Place, Parramatta. Ph: 9635 6924