Stoke Stable

mid morning to 4pm on weekends, Public Holidays and by arrangement on other occasions.

Stoke Stable, Built by convict labour c. 1849 and possibly the oldest building in Carcoar, Stoke Stable is the home of the Carcoar Historical Society Museum. The Museum displays historical photos and memoribilia reflecting the residential, industrial and agricultural history of the local area. The stone building retains the features of its earlier use. The horse stalls and mangers are still visible, as are the buildings early roof shingles. The stable serviced Stoke Hotel which is now a private residence.
Entry fees: Free

Further visitor information can be obtained from the Enterprise Store in Belubula Street.

Images credit: Carolyn Hide (Cazeil Creative)