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Life as a Servant at Como House

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What were the wages back then?
What was it like to be a servant at Como House and Gardens? This special tour gives a voice to the servants who lived and worked here caring for the house and family. What jobs did they do? Who were they? What was their life like? How much did they get paid? These questions and more will all be answered as you get a glimpse of what life as a Victorian servant was like.

After the tour, don't forget to take a look around the magnificent gardens open Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm.
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Why? What did servants get paid?
When: 19 April 2017 and 26 April 2016
Phone: 03 9656 9889
Where: Como House - Corner Williams Rd & Lechlade Ave, South Yarra
Cost: Adults $15, Children $9, Concession $12, Family $35, National Trust Members $Free
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