Visit the Royal Bull’s Head Inn at Drayton and experience the Inn at night. Volunteer guides will share their stories about the history of the Inn and, for those interested, the ghost stories that have been associated with the Inn for many years.
Established in 1847 by ex-convict William Horton, the first timber slab Bull’s Head Inn was constructed to offer lodgings, stables for animals, host events such as auctions and other social occasions, in addition to maintaining a solid bar trade. Discover rooms that seem as if their nineteenth century occupants have never left. Some feature artefacts similar to those used in the Inn’s earliest trading days, others the furniture used and loved by the members of the Lynch family. Marvel at the utensils in the old kitchen, the part of the Inn which has seen least change. Explore the many rooms to see if you can determine the use of different artefacts from 150 years ago! Bookings are essential.
Cost: Adult $12, Child/Concession $8, Family $30
Bookings are essential.
Telephone: 0402 138 751