PLAN YOUR VISIT

We are very excited to announce that Abercrombie House will reopen for (double vaccinated) visitors from Saturday 17th October 2021 at 9am


From that day we are open from 9am to 5pm every weekend and from 10am to 4pm every Wednesday to Friday.


Explore historic Abercrombie House and its gardens & grounds – and experience one of the greatest heritage and architectural treasures in our region, a living historic house museum and home of the Morgan family.

  • Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10.00 am — 4.00 pm

  • Saturday, Sunday: 9.00 am — 5.00 pm 

  • Public holidays: 9.00 am — 4.00 pm

  • Closed on Mondays and Tuesday — group tours any day by appointment.

NOTE social distancing, NSW Health App registration and hygiene measures are in place — we are COVID-safe

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TICKETING

Purchase at the door — credit card & EFTPOS available

HOUSE ENTRY, GARDENS, GROUNDS, AND PARKLAND WALK:

  • Adult $15

  • Concession $10

  • Child under 14 $5, infants free

  • Family of four (2 adults and 2 children) $35

OUTDOOR ONLY  (GARDENS, GROUNDS, AND PARKLAND WALK)

  • Adult, Concession, Children $5

 

REFRESHMENTS

During your visit

On weekends and public holidays our barista has great coffee made from the local Fish River Roasters coffee beans for your refreshment. Don't forget to ask if any of Xanthe's bakery delights are available

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GETTING HERE

Parking available in the grounds

Abercrombie House is located 7km west of Bathurst
Head west on Durham St (Great Western Highway), straight through lights at Stewart St (ignore the right hand turn to Orange). Continue on Durham St which becomes Eglington Rd
You will pass Scots-All Saints College on your left and the suburb of Abercrombie on your right - keep going 
Turn left into Westbourne Ave then right into Howarth Close which becomes Ophir Rd
Keep going for another 2km when you will reach our gate on the left at the top of the ridge.