Maclean Bicentennial Museum and Stone Cottage
Maclean District Historical Society Inc. began in 1969 when a building (which was resumed by Council for non-payment of rates) was given to our Society for use as a museum. This is now furnished in the style of the time- 5 rooms, a music room, parlour, 2 bedrooms (one designated as a children’s room) and a kitchen.
In 1988, we were successful in securing a grant to build a purpose built museum with a mezzanine floor, assisted by financial loans from members. This holds an aboriginal showcase, many farm implements, a hospital, a schoolroom and many changing displays- currently WW1 memorabilia.
Contact & Visit
Cnr Wharf & Grafton St
Aged pensioners, Senior Card Holders and School Children: $3.00.
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm