Eskbank House and Museum in Lithgow is a historic home, with splendid furniture, display of Lithgow Pottery and other period pieces, blacksmith's forge and a coach house.
Built in 1842 by Thomas Brown, Eskbank House is a sandstone building in the Georgian style. The four front rooms have been preserved much as they were in Thomas Brown's day, and contain some beautiful regency and early Victorian furniture.
The museum has an extensive collection of Lithgow Pottery, memorabilia and photographs of early Lithgow as well as a static steam engine display. The gardens contain a stone stable and coach house and an unusual stone hexagon garden shed and picnic area available to use.
Bennett Street, Lithgow, New South Wales, 2790
02 6351 3557
Visitor Information Centre
Carpark, Picnic Area, Public Toilet
Access With Assistance for the Disabled
Suitable for guests who depend on the use of a wheelchair in a seated position at all times.