Broadgreen Historic House

The Broadgreen House was built in the mid 1850s for one of Nelson’s early settlers and is a fine example of a Colonial Cob House. All eleven rooms have been faithfully and elegantly furnished to represent a lived in family home of the Colonial Victorian Period.

We welcome all visitors and offer group visits by appointment. We have exhibitions in our visitor complex and the house is decorated to match the seasons. The Broadgreen Centre also offers a comfortable conference space.

Other heritage attractions in Nelson are The Nelson Provincial Museum, Isel House, Suter Art Gallery, WOW Museum, and The Founder’s Heritage Park.

Contact Details

276 Nayland Rd, Stoke, Nelson

64-3-547 0403

Visitor Information

276 Nayland Road, Stoke, Nelson

Daily 10.30am-4.30pm Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday

Adults $4.00 Children under 5 are free Students to year 13 $1.00 Group Concessions available


Reference library



Function space

Guided tour

Public programmes

Other Facilities

Wheelchair access to ground floor / Costuming resources / Lecture Hall / Museum brochures / Tourist brochures / Special Offers
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