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Take a step back in time and see how people lived 150 years ago with one of Nelson’s most iconic heritage experiences.

Broadgreen is a charming cottage beautifully furnished and restored to show family life in the Victorian and Edwardian eras.  The house was built in 1855 for Mr and Mrs Edmund Buxton and their six daughters and is an excellent example of early colonial cob construction. In 1901, the house was sold to Fred Langbein, whose family lived in the house until 1965 when it was bought by the Nelson City Council.

Visitors to the house are given an introductory talk and optional tour.

Entry Fees:

  • Nelson and Tasman residents – Free
  • Adults including senior citizens – $7
  • 5years to 17years – $2
  • Under 5 years – Free
  • Family pass – $15



276 Nayland Road
STOKE 7011


(03) 547 0403

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Open Hours

Open every day except Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day morning (opens 1pm)

Summer Hours:
1st October to 31st May - 10.30am to 4.30pm

Winter Hours:
1st June to 31st October - 11am to 3pm

Broadgreen Historic House Nayland Road

Broadgreen Historic House Nayland Road, Stoke, Nelson, New Zealand

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