Menangle House Horse and Jockey Inn

The main house was built in 1834 by George Taber and his convicts.
The inn was divided into two sections - one for the lower class and one for the upper. A library was also located on the lower level of the Inn but only available to the upper class.

The Inn has been restored to its original form of a bar. The old servery hatch is still there and is the only working one left in Australia.

The sandstone building located to the side of the old Inn in the original homestaed and the external has been restored

In the parlour room a museum offering historical photographs from the 18 & 1900's is displayed.