When you visit warwick make sure you go and see Pringle Cottage, a heritage listed sandstone cottage built circa 1870 by Scottish stonemason John McCulloch situate at 79-83 Dragon Street, Warwick.
The Cottage was officially opened as a museum in 1968. Pringle Cottage is furnished with many different period items donated by early settler families. On either side of the entry door are two leadlight windows with the torch and rising sun symbols from the original RSLeague in Warwick. The windows are dedicated to the the fallen in WW1 with two brass plaques recording the names.
The property features an extensive outdoor display of machinery and tools used by early settlers. Inside the cottage are many fascinating artefacts, memorabilia and photographs from warwick’s past. Other buildings on the site include the “Warwick Daily News” printing museum, the former Willowvale church 1909, and timber buildings representing characteristic country homes.
The aim of Pringle Cottage is collecting and preserving Warick’s local heritage for future generations. Pringle Cottage Museum is open Friday, Satuday and Sunday 10am to 4pm. Groups by appointment. Click image at left for Pringle Cottage pdf flyer.
Make sure you pop in and have a look at Pringle Cottage the next time you are in Warwick.