Carcoar Historic Village

Carcoar Historic Village

Nestled in a small valley, the town is a collection of National Trust listed historic buildings reminiscent of an English village. It gives visitors an insight into the lifestyle of the 1880s. Art galleries, specialist shops and museums to visit. Light meals are also available.

The village of Carcoar was founded circa 1836 and remains almost completely intact, untouched by the twentieth century. The Carcoar Historical Society are trustees for the Court House (built 1882). They also operate guided tours of the village and run Stoke Stable Museum which houses artefacts from the local area including a collection of horse-drawn vehicles. The Society also conducts local family history research.

Address: 
Midwestern Highway, Carcoar NSW 2791, Australia
Tel: 
0263673154
+61 02 6367 4155
Hours: 
Village: 24 hours, Museums: 10am-4pm most days
Admission: 
Village: free, Court House: by donation, Stoke Stable Museum: adults $1, children 50c
Facilities: 
Guided tours, family history, research
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