Travel to the Sydney Adventist Hospital and enjoy a visit to the MERRITT KELLOGG MUSEUM.
Housing fascinating historical Hospital artefacts, Bethel was built in 1915 and is the oldest building on the hospital estate. The Museum is named after Pastor and Dr Merritt Kellogg, half-brother to Dr John Harvey Kellogg of Kellogg’s Cornflakes fame, who helped established the original hospital, Sydney Sanitarium, in 1903. The collection of artefacts includes historic hospital equipment, surgical instruments, and photographs, memorabilia and nurses uniforms from the past.
Thursday, 19th September
We will be departing Gosford station on the 8:37 am train [or the 8:22 am train departing Tuggerah]. From Hornsby we will travel to Turramurra and then by bus to the Sydney Adventist Hospital. The Merritt Kellogg Museum is housed in Bethel at the rear of the hospital. Entry is free.
After our visit to the Museum, we will be able to enjoy a delicious lunch in the Hospital cafeteria before our return home. Come and enjoy a wonderful day with your friends.