When spending some time in Launceston and getting to know the town, why not learn a little about its history? The Lawrence House Museum is the perfect place to do just this and with a wide range of artefacts and exhibitions on display, you’re sure to find your visit both interesting and informative.
The museum is housed in a stunning Georgian house and is set over three floors, and entry is completely free! The many rooms at the museum display memorabilia and artefacts associated with the local area’s history and key figures throughout the ages. As well as works of art, statues, antiques and costumes, there is a great exhibition marking Launceston’s fascinating connection with Australia. Lawrence House Museum is also the host to many special exhibitions and events, so feel free to visit their website before you travel to find out what could be in store.
Once you’ve seen all there is inside, make sure you wander through the museum’s beautiful garden complete with a statue by world renowned artist Grenville Davey, and take in the breathtaking scenic views.