Pay a visit to the Abercrombie House, a heritage-listed site that provides a window to the past in the town of Bathurst. Built in the 1870s by the Stewart Family, the home is an expansive mansion complete with historical architectural detail meant to be explored and discussed on your next visit. Over the past 50 years, the home has been purchased and restored by the Morgan family since 1969.
The home is open to the public, where guided tours, events, and functions can be held. Coach tours can be arranged, but they must be done in advance as the Morgan family still retains residency within the home. Tours typically happen from Wednesday to Sunday, but be sure to check with their official site for hours and openings. Exploring the home you’ll find treasures, furniture and art pieces that all serve as a key to the history of Bathurst and Australia.
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