Narryna

103 Hampden Road, Battery Point

Saturday, Nov 12

Architect: Edward Winch (1830s)

Narryna is an 1830s merchant’s house and collection that tells the story of early colonial life in Hobart. The fine Georgian town house was built by seafarer, Captain Andrew Haig who built warehouses facing Salamanca Place in 1834. Narryna has had an adventurous life as a home to large families, boarding house, hospital and museum. Step into Narryna for a rich experience of Tasmania’s social history, art and design traditions.

Open: Saturday 12 November, 10 am – 4 pm

Location

Battery Point

Building Types

Cultural

Residential

Architectural Period

Pre-separation Colonial (1836-1850)

Features

History of Hobart

New to Program

Accessibility

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