Open Sunday 10 – 12 Monday 10 – 2
You will find the Grenfell Historic Museum on Camp Street near the Post Office and Fire Station in the former School of Arts building. Exhibits at the Historic Museum are based on local history of the Weddin Shire.
Exhibits at the Historic Museum are based on local history of the Weddin Shire. The themed displays feature the early lifestyle, gold mining, farming, bushrangers and the pioneer spirit also feature.
Other exhibits pay tribute and reflect the war service of local people; some famous identities born in Grenfell including Jan Lehane (tennis) Stan McCabe (cricket), Henry Lawson (poet & writer).
The Museum houses a large local history photographic collection, extensive core collection from the Weddin Shire, and has a local family & a local history Library. The Museum is a great destination and contact for local family history research.
Entry Fees: adult $5, child $2.