Howe House - Windsor

Howe House dates from 1820 and is located in historic Thompson Square  (Australia’s oldest Georgian Square), Windsor. It was built for John Howe, who arrived as a free settler on the Coromandel (1802). In 1809 he went to Windsor to manage the business and farming interests of the district's most prominent citizen, ex-convict Andrew Thompson.

It is part of the Hawkesbury Regional Museum complex


House Opening Times: Saturday and Sunday at 11am and 2pm and at other times by appointment.

Museum Opening Times:   Wednesday - Monday 10am - 4pm, Tuesday by appointment. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, Good Friday.


HHA members receive free admission





Windsor, NSW



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