Narryna Heritage Museum
An empty rum bottle’s throw from the waterfront, the old maritime village of Battery Point is a tight nest of lanes and 19th-century...
Ghost Tours of Hobart & Battery Point
Walking tours oozing ectoplasmic tall tales, departing the Bakehouse in Salamanca Sq at dusk most nights. Bookings essential, and no...
Grab a retro sofa seat inside, or adjourn to the ramshackle garden bar – in which an old Hobart bus is now full of beer booths – with...
Jackman & McRoss
Don't bypass this conversational, neighbourhood bakery-cafe, even if it’s just to gawk at the display cabinet full of delectable pies,...
103 Hampden Rd · interesting places nearby
Narryna Heritage Museum information
This stately Greek-revival sandstone-fronted mansion (pronounced ‘Narinna’), built in 1837, is set in established grounds and contains a treasure trove of domestic colonial artefacts. Not far away is the adjunct Markree House Museum , putting a 1920s spin on Hobart domestic life; book for guided tours.