Guided Tour of Brislington Medical and Nursing Museum (max 15)
Cnr Marsden and George Streets Parramatta
Tuesday 8 August
Built in 1851, Brislington House is the oldest existing dwelling house in the inner city of Parramatta. The original owner was forced to sell the property after being convicted of stealing stones from the Government Quarry. From 1949 it served as a nurses’ home, and in 1983 it became a Medical and Nursing Museum.
Cost: $3, payable on the day. Optional lunch afterwards at local cafe.
Train 9:50 from Central to Parramatta (T1 line), platform 18. Arrive 10:18. 8-minute walk to Museum.
Organised by Beatrice Scheepers City and Inner West
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