Historic Caccia Birch House on the edge of Hokowhitu Lagoon, Palmerston North is open for viewing on Sunday afternoons, so come along and experience the beautiful handcrafted rimu timber panelling, elegant chandeliers and wonderful local history!
Explore the house and gardens, learn about the past owners and how the house was rescued from dereliction and destruction in the eighties by PNCC and the many supporters since. Brought back to life in the nineties to become a thriving venue with many weddings and celebrations part of its recent history!
The Coach House Archive will be open with displays about the history throughout the old stables.
The grounds are home to many protected notable trees and memorial trees – pick up a map and work your way around whilst listening to the birds and enjoying the spring blossoms.
Extensive care has been put into the preservation of the buildings and gardens - so we love to share the experience of yesteryear with visitors.
On 25th September we will be hosting a display of Taylor Jensen Fine Arts welcome you to enjoy the visual treat showcasing a number of artists with mediums ranging from ceramic to oils. Opportunities to purchase will also be available."
This is also a good time to view the venue if you are planning on holding a wedding or function. Feel free to approach our friendly staff for a chat or pick up one of the brochures from the foyer that contain all information on making a booking.
This is open to the whole community and best of all - entry is free!
We look forward to seeing you there!