Markree House Museum and Gardens
Markree is a house museum, with items collected by the Baldwin family providing an insight into the lifestyle of the early 1900s. It is within walking of the centre of Hobart.
Markree was bequeathed by Henry Graham Baldwin (1919–2007), along with all of its contents to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
The house, which was built in 1926 for the Baldwin family, along with its garden, design was inspired by the English arts and crafts movement, and provides an insight into the lifestyle of the early 1900s.
Other nearby heritage attractions includes Narynna Heritage Museum, the Military Museum of Tasmania, and the Female Factory.
A guided tour of the Markree Museum is provided of the museum and heritage garden, which bring to life the history of Henry Baldwin’s family, the collection and the house itself.
Admission fee applies.
Open for pre-booked guided tours between Tuesdays and Sundays.
145 Hampden Road, Hobart, 7000View Larger Map