Cundletown Museum open over school holidays

Ruff's Bakery cart is housed in the Coleman Pavilion at the Cundletown Museum. Pictured is Ted Hill at the official opening of the pavilion in June this year.
Ruff's Bakery cart is housed in the Coleman Pavilion at the Cundletown Museum. Pictured is Ted Hill at the official opening of the pavilion in June this year.

Looking for something to do over Christmas? Cundletown Museum will be open as usual.

Wandering through the two museum buildings is a relaxed and informative way to spend an hour or two, with memories of the dairy industry, Cundletown and the life of its community represented through  a variety of visual media, artefacts and displays.

The museum will be open as usual during the Christmas period, Tuesday to Sunday each week, from 10am until 3pm, excluding Christmas Day and Boxing Day. 

If you are looking for that unique and perhaps unusual Christmas present, the museum has a wide assortment  of publications relating to the local area. 

Exquisite local hand-made craft is also for sale. All purchases assist with the running of the museum.

There are still a few seats available for the trip to the Hawkesbury on the river boat Postman on February 19. These trips are becoming more and more popular. Cost  for the day is $90 per person.

For further details, on this trip or any future trips, please contact Margaret on 6553 9574 or 0428 522 556.

2017 saw the opening of the Coleman Pavilion which houses the larger exhibits.

After an exciting and busy year, the members of Cundletown and Lower  Manning Historical Society (Cundletown Museum) would like to extend to the community their very best wishes for a happy Christmas and prosperous New Year.

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