Museum of the Riverina Historic Council Chambers

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    Museum exterior

About

The Museum of the Riverina provides a regular program of travelling exhibitions with a diversity of themes throughout the year. It's one of two museum sites in Wagga Wagga, the other being at the Botanic Gardens Heritage site three kilometres from the city. Both are operated by the City Council.

This site was originally built in 1881 as the City’s Town Hall and Municipal Offices Council Chambers, as well as the seat of Local Government until 1999 when it was converted into the Museum of the Riverina. It has a wonderful wooden arch ceiling and a dignified atmosphere.

Drop in and have a look around!

Contact

(02) 6926 9655
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Entry Fees

Free

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Getting There

Corner of Baylis and Morrow Streets
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650

Opening Hours

Tuesday- Saturday

10:00 to 17:00

Sunday

12:00 to 04:00

A Place of Many Crows

The Wiradjuri people, original inhabitants of the area named the region 'Wagga ...

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