If you are a history buff, have a passion for Georgian architecture, or are simply looking for something interesting to do, then take a short walk from the city to Narryna, a house museum in Battery Point.
Hello Hobart went along to meet up with Karyn, House Museums Coordinator, to discuss the history of this beautiful house and the rumours of a resident ghost in preparation for Halloween. 🎃👻
Karyn tells us that Captain Andrew Haig commissioned the build of Narryna after purchasing the land in 1824. Haig was a merchant for the British East-India Company and also built two warehouses, now known as Cargo and Jack Greene, along Salamanca.