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Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum

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14 Norman Lindsay Crescent, Faulconbridge, 2776


Phone: (02) 4751 1067


(02) 4751 5845
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Related Venues:
Everglades Gardens (Leura)
Woodford Academy (Woodford)

The Norman Lindsay Gallery, named "Springwood", was built in the mid 1890's for the Sydney department store owner Francis Foy. 
Norman Lindsay bought the property in 1912 and quickly set about creating the garden as we see it today; he built retaining walls, Roman style gardens, planted trees, constructed outdoor swimming and bathing pools, established rose-covered pergolas, and made many sculptures, fountains and urns which he placed strategically around than property.
Norman lived here up to the time of his death at the age of 90 in 1969. Since the early 1970's the property has been open to the public and has become one of the most visited National Trust gardens in Australia.
The cottage is presented as the showplace of a major collection of Lindsay's work including watercolours, sculptures, ship models, novels and an exhibition of models from his classic children's book "The Magic Pudding". 
The property is open from 10.00am to 4.00pm for your inspection and enjoyment.
Visit The Gallery Shop and view our extensive collection of Norman Lindsay Limited Edition Facsimile Reproduction Etchings, Limited Edition Watercolour Prints and Original Woodblock Prints. Norman Lindsay's literary works and memorabilia are also available for purchase through the Gallery Shop.
In 2016, as a collaborative regional initiative a '3 Sister Property Ticket' is being offered to visitors of the 3 National Trust sites in the Blue Mountains. This represents more than 50% discount on entry fee. Read more HERE

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