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Marthaville Arts and Cultural Centre

Visit the Marthaville Craft & Gift Centre

Enjoy the ambience and charm of Historic Marthaville, Cessnock’s oldest sawn timber home.  Browse the extensive range of locally handcrafted arts and crafts on display and available for sale.  Items include; baby dresses, bibs, booties, shawls, teddies, dolls, knee rugs, embroidered towels, beadwork, bags, patchwork, clothing, hand-painted glassware, porcelain, souvenirs, hand-made cards, novelty items, much more.

The gardens and pagoda are open to the public and make a lovely setting for a picnic lunch.

The Marthaville function room and gardens are available for bookings for exhibitions, small weddings and other functions. 

The building has disabled access and public amenities.

History of the Marthaville building and grounds. 

200 Wollombi Road, Cessnock (opposite Aldi Store)

Open from 10am on Friday and Saturday (February to December excluding Public holidays).  Open on other days by appointment.

Marthaville Management Committee - Mobile: 0403 161 511

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