Franklin House

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Franklin House

413 – 419 Hobart Road Franklin Village Launceston, Tasmaia. Franklin House can be reached via Metro Bus service numbers 40 and 50 from the City.
Venue Hire

Franklin House
and it's grounds
are available for
Weddings, and other
intimate events

For more Information
Phone:
03 6344 7824
Email:
franklin@nationaltrusttas.org.au


Experiences



Facilities

The Tearooms are open during normal house hours for light meals and refreshments.
History

Built by former convict and successful businessman Britton Jones, Franklin House is notable for its rich use of imported Australian Red Cedar. Extended to accommodate one of the colonies leading private schools which operated there from 1842 until 1866 the house finally became the birthplace of the National Trust in Tasmania in 1960.

Franklin House survives with house, stables and garden. Nearby and also accessible is St James Church which was built in 1845 and has many associations with the House.

Opening hours

Open | 9am – 4pm Mon – Sat (April to Sept) | 9am-5pm (Oct to Mar) | Sunday Noon – 4pm Closed | Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day & Good Friday


Address

413 Hobart Road
Youngtown 7249 TAS


Phone

03 6344 7824


Entry fees

Admission | $10 adults | $8 concession | National Trust members & children under 18 free