Don Bank Museum

Don Bank Museum

Don Bank is an early 19th century cottage and a surviving example of a timber slab house construction. The house was one of the first built on the Wollstonecraft land grant and has connections to the Berry and Wollstonecraft families. Don Bank's static displays feature the house itself, its changing styles and fabrics as well as the social history of the area. A highlight of Don Bank's collection is its kitchen objects and extensive costume and textile collection.

Address: 
6 Napier Street, North Sydney, NSW
Tel: 
0299368440
Hours: 
12noon-4pm Wed, 1pm-4pm Sun
Admission: 
Adults $1, children 50c, concessions 50c
Facilities: 
Guided tours, school tours, special exhibitions and events
Collection: 
500 clothing and textiles items; 300 household items
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