Abercrombie House is a heritage treasure of the Bathurst Region celebrating 50 years of tourism in 2019.
Built in the 1870s by Bathurst pioneers the Stewart family, since 1969 it has been the home of the Morgan family who have spent the last 50 years years restoring and maintaining the magnificent house and its outbuildings and grounds and sharing it with the community.
Abercrombie House is open to the public throughout the year with a program of guided tours for the general public, see Tours. Coach groups may book for specific tour times and catering to suit itineraries.
Abercrombie House also provides a spectacular venue for public functions and private events. See Groups.
Abercrombie House is now open for self-guided tours Wednesday to Sunday. See Whats On for dates and times - please note times vary.
The very popular GUIDED tours are also programmed on advertised days at the usual time of 11.15am for a 1-hour historical talk and walking tour. See What's On for dates.
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