|Hosts||National Trust of Australia (NSW)|
|Address||71-73 Church Street|
|Phone||02 4934 8837|
|Contact Name||Holly McNamee|
|Usual Hours: 10.00 am - 3.00 pm second Sunday of the month. (At other times by appointment only)|
|Admission||Adults $10.00pp; Concession $8.00 pp; Families $25.00; National Trust members free|
|Guided Tour||Tour only $6/person Tour and Morning or Afternoon Tea, $15 per person Tour plus lunch $20 per person|
Mirror image houses located in one of New South Wales’ finest mid-Victorian streetscapes. Grossmann & Brough House is a fully furnished 1870s town house with a rich textile collection. It contains the best National Trust collection of Victoriana in the State.
Refreshments & costs
|Morning/Afternoon Tea||$15.00 pp morning/afternoon tea in Brough House and includes guided tour of Grossmann|
|Lunch||$20.00 pp Lunch in Brough House including guided tour of Grossmann|
|Seating Capacity||50 inside|
|Tour/visit time allocation||1 hour approximately plus time for refreshments|
|disabled access on the ground floor only|
|Booking notice required||Yes|
|Coach parking / turning||Yes|
|coach parking in Olive Street (nearby)|
The adjoined houses of prosperous business partners, these immaculately restored homes capture the prosperity of Victorian-era Maitland.
Housed within is an extensive collection of 19th century costumes and textiles related to local life and industry.
Grossmann House was built in 1870-71 by the merchant Isaac Beckett.
It adjoins Brough House, built as a mirror image by Beckett’s business partner, Samuel Owen.
Located 500 mtrs from the New England Highway in the centre of Maitland.