The updated displays give an insight into the lives of the families who lived in the cottage and their experiences on the Limestone Plains from the colonial period to the time when Canberra was selected as the site for the Federal Capital and during the construction of modern Canberra. So for the first time, the museum tells the whole twentieth-century story of the cottage.
Bookings are not necessary unless bringing a large family group. Bookings for schools are available on Thursdays through bookcanberraexcursions.com.au.
Please note: Blundell’s is over 150 years old, so access is not fully accessible.
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