Greta Historical Museum

Greta is a pretty country village with plenty of parking, situated in the middle of the larger towns of Singleton, Maitland and Cessnock and now in the Cessnock City Council local government area . The museum is housed in the former Greta Council Chambers building, at 96 High Street, and holds photos and items of interest that represent its huge past. These include its coal mining days, the army training camp and the migrant camp that was made at the end of World War II. Then and Now photos reveal Greta’s buildings’ history and showcase how little the area has changed.

Contact & Visit

Greta Historical Museum
High Street

0427 657 150

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Entry Fees

Adult $1
Researcher $2
Children (under 18) free

Opening Hours

Wednesday, Saturday
11:00 am to 3:00 pm