We have already visited Haywick House before, but we came to Auckland again with our family-for those who like to visit historical sites, the Haywick House Tour is both fun and educational. Employees share their knowledge and know when to take a step back so that you can explore and enjoy yourself.
We went there to see the house and it felt sad and sad, like old ruins from a distant past. As we walked around, it was hard to imagine that the old house should be used better...how about turning it into a gallery?
Although the house was sold in 1978, everything inside is well preserved. The furniture, knick-knacks, and various daily necessities have attracted many tourists.
It was sold in 1978, but everything inside is well preserved. The furniture, knick-knacks, and various daily necessities have attracted many tourists. A pure Gothic residence for the rich, the interior decoration and decoration are very worth seeing, really very good.
One of the best surviving Gothic buildings in Auckland. The owner of the house, Alfred Buckland, is an energetic entrepreneur, using the original Gothic architectural style. The room structure includes a small reception room, dining room, kitchen, ballroom, and children's room. Everything is well preserved. The furniture, knick-knacks and various daily necessities attract many tourists.