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Unfortunately the Courthouse wasn't open the day we visited. I believe that they offer a fairly interesting tour, so may go back some time. I found it to be very sparse, no garden at all and just looked like a big empty old building.
Provides a very good history of the area and its settlement with short intro video before self guided tour of rooms within court include pictures and artefacts. Re- creation of court room trial interesting. Also small gift shop. Allow around 45 minutes. Plenty of free...More
Built in the early 1800's this remarkable building has been preserved for generations to come,step inside and we enjoyed a film outlining the history of Berrima, it's Courthouse, Jail and early settlers. We took our seats in the Court Room and witnessed a mock trial...More
A lovely well preserved building . No real displays apart from the introductory video upon entering and the light show in the actual courtroom. The light show concept very good although the plaster models could use good tidy up. Then when light show over the...More
The building itself has been expertly preserved for future generations.
The mannequins are a bit spooky but they depict the day and the harshness of life in these parts. The reenactment was historical. We appreciated the experience .
Looking at the place, you wouldn't know it had tours. Even going inside out of curiosity, there was no clear indicator. We had no idea there was any on until long after we had left, so not sure if we missed out or not. There...More
The tour begins with an interesting, historical video before moving through various rooms of the courthouse, where a guide points out some interesting things and answers questions. You’re then left to explore the rooms And exhibits in your own time.
It ends with a sound...More
The building itself is quite large and imposing, but besides that, it's very plain on the outside - so much so that it seems like the finishing touches have yet to be applied to it.
With something like this, I would half expect wording or...More