Narryna was built by merchant, Captain Andrew Haig in 1835-40. Haig had previously built Salamanca Place’s earliest warehouses. Located at the gateway to Battery Point, Narryna’s architecture, interiors, collection and garden provide a rich experience of early colonial life in Tasmania.
Ask about our group booking rate and joint ticket with Markree House and Garden, located 200 metres from Narryna and offering insights into Hobart life of the 1920s.
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Adults $10, Concession $8. Child (to 18 years) $5. Group booking rate available. Joint Ticket to Narryna and nearby Markree Museum Adults $16, Concession $14.