Battery Point Sculpture Trail, Hobart

4.8
Historic Walking Area · Scenic Walking Area
Battery Point Sculpture Trail is named after a battery of guns, which were established here in 1818 as defense against French and Russian invaders. This historic city district retains much of its character from over a century ago. If you'd like, join a guided tour of the district's most notable historic houses and restaurants dating back to the first European settlement of the city. You can also sightsee on your own and drop by one of the popular pubs for a quick bite and a refreshing drink. This upscale neighborhood provides an ideal natural backdrop for photographs, making it a popular stop for tourists. Put Battery Point Sculpture Trail and other Hobart attractions into our Hobart trip itinerary maker app, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • A walk into the past, with a very real sense of history. These houses are still occupied today (an upscale neighbourhood), so it's like experiencing the past in the present.  more »
  • Found this a really enjoyable and interesting walk. We stopped at Jackman and McRoss for our coffee. Lots to see and do.  more »
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  • Half scavenger hunt, half history lesson this trail is a great romp through a delightful historical neighborhood. The biggest delight is looking at the many periods homes and gardens while the various signposts explain the history of this section of Hobart.

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