Immerse yourself in the history and luxury that make Como Melbourne’s most glamorous stately home.
Built in 1847, Como House and Garden is an intriguing mix of Australian Regency and classic Italianate architecture.
Como offers a glimpse into the privileged lifestyle of former owners, the Armytage family, who lived there for nearly a century.
The Armytages became famous amongst Melbourne high society and equally famous for their many elegant dances, dinners and receptions. Those elegant dining and reception rooms are still furnished with Armytage family heirlooms and even the servant’s areas, kitchen and laundry have been preserved.
Important Update: In accordance with the revised Victorian state government guidelines, all National Trust properties and attractions in Victoria will be closed from 5pm on 8 July 2020 until restrictions have been lifted. See Coronavirus (COVID-19) update for details.
To protect the health, safety and wellness of our visitors, staff and volunteers, the following measures will apply:
- Measures to support physical distancing including directional signage and protective barriers
- Measures to help prevent contact, including cashless transactions
- Personal health and hygiene measures, such as hand sanitiser stations
- Additional monitoring and cleaning of facilities
- Areas that may be partially closed off dependant on safety protocols.
Como House remains closed until further notice, including tours.
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