Henry Kendall Cottage and Historical Museum

Built with convict labour in 1836-1840, Henry Kendall Cottage was once the home of pioneer poet Henry Kendall. One room contains some of his possessions. The remaining rooms are furnished as an old cottage. An historical museum displays a wide variety of artefacts (eg domestic items, musical instruments) A slab shed features displays on early industries and there is also a shed exhibiting farm implements.. Other features include a replica 2 seater pit toilet and a slab wash-house.

27 Henry Kendall Street, West Gosford, NSW
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 10.00am - 3.00pm. Coach tours any time by appointment. Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Good Friday.
Adults $3.30, Children 6-16yrs $2.00, Concession $2.00