If you get an opportunity to visit here it is well worth the experience. It is a snap shot of how people lived. Reminded me very much of my childhood. Everything is in its original condition.
Markree House tends to only be open on special occasions. I had been told the interior was a sight to see as it had been left as it was given to TMAG, and was in original condition. As it turns out the bare bones of the house itself are beautiful but the contents are sparse, the displays a bit dull... 更多
A rare chance to explore a stylish and significant example of a 1920s house from the arts and crafts movement. A terrific tour showing rooms and authentic objects and furniture of the original owners. A beautiful garden with old roses and plants right next to the city centre.
It's a good example of the 19 twenties architecture sound staff friendly I'm going to answer all your questions some very interesting items suggest it would be a good place to take young children the Gardens around the house I will kept
Visiting Markree House in Hobart was a fantastic experience. It is a fine example of arts and crafts architecture and landscaping and contains its original 1910-20s furnishings and fittings. Henry Baldwin, who lived there from 1919-2007 and barely changed a thing from the time his parents built the house, bequeathed it to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG). It... 更多
Amazing house left as it was built, lived in by one owner and complete with original furniture. Easy to walk to from town. Guided tours inexpensive.
Markree House Museum and Garden is open by appointment only. We chanced a visit as we were also going to see Narryna Heritage Museum and were very lucky to arrive just as a tour was starting. The gardens are well developed and still have many of the old trees and plants. The house was amazing, built by Bernard Walker for... 更多
This house is fairly accurate to label, but the garden needs some TLC. Quite interesting design features and Scott from... 更多