Hambledon Cottage Talks
Written by Dylan Caple on 18 July 2019
New developments in Sydney are everywhere, from Rouse Hill to Parramatta, when will we ever just get to stop and enjoy some of the older monuments of our beautiful city?
If this is you who’d like a slice of Sydney’s history, the Parramatta & District Historical Society have you well covered. They maintain John Macarthur’s Hambledon Cottage, which is located at 63 Hassall St, Parramatta NSW 2150.
Every month, Parramatta & District Historical Society hold FREE talks about not only the Cottage’s great history, but some great speeches from guests about Australia’s History. There are so many stories to learn about, it would be a waste of time reading the rest of this article, go contact them now!
A unique feature of Hambledon Cottage Museum is the EXHIBITION within the cottage where new information discovered by members of the Society about the FEMALE FACTORY of Parramatta is displayed. This unique exhibition is included in the guided tour of the cottageTrevor, Publicity Manager of Parramatta & District Historical Society
Wondering what they’re talking about this month? Click on the image below to find out!
(Please note: This is updated each month as Alive 90.5 receive it from the Parramatta & District Historical Society)
If you’re interested in attending a talk and tour of John Macarthur’s Hambledon Cottage Museum, contact Parramatta & District Historical Society on (02) 9635 6924 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured image provided by Parramatta & District Historical Society.