Grossmann House and Brough House are two mirror image Victorian Regency properties built side by side on the same lot between 1870 and 1871 for prosperous business partners, Isaac Beckett and Samuel Owen.
At Brough House, there will be a moving display of convict women’s bonnets and accompanying stories – a current project of the Maitland & Beyond Family History Group who are making a bonnet and researching the stories for each of the convict women who were sent to Maitland.
At Grossmann House, enjoy rest and refreshments, as well as a tour of Grossmann House with its exciting Disruption art exhibition by local artist Debbie van Heekeren.
Entrance at concession prices for this weekend only – $8.00, National Trust members free.
At St Mary’s Church would will be able to take part in exciting and informative church and bell tower tours, enjoy a BBQ and incredible scones and jam and sandwiches while browsing through bric a brac and a variety of other stalls in the church grounds.