Isel House and Park

Isel House is one of Nelson’s finest heritage house experiences, set in a picturesque English style park. See beautiful antique furnishings; original Marsden ceramic collections; displays relating to the history of the house and grounds; botany exhibits; stories of the local community and learn about its restoration. Isel House is an integral part of our local history and tells the story of the Marsden's, one of Nelson's first families. Thomas and Mary Marsden arrived in Nelson aboard the Prince of Wales in 1842. By 1848, their property of 930 acres made them the largest landowner’s in the ... View details

Founders Heritage Park

Ride the train, fly the plane, taste the history and meet our working artisans. Something's always happening at Founders! Spend a lovely afternoon with the family walking through a village of character buildings that are set in beautiful well established gardens. Explore displays of Nelson’s heritage, learn the stories of our local people and meet our working artisans. Explore the vintage coaches in the Newman's Livery Stables, discover why ... View details

$5.00 - $10.00

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Broadgreen Historic House

Built in 1855, Broadgreen Heritage House is charming cob cottage, beautifully restored and outfitted to show family life in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Step into Broadgreen House and you take a step back in time. Furnished and restored to represent a colonial home of the Victorian era, Broadgreen is one of Nelson's most iconic heritage experiences. Broadgreen House is a historic two storied cob cottage built in 1855 for Mr and Mrs Edmund ... View details