Lord Howe Island Museum and Visitor Centre
The architect-designed Lord Howe Island Museum opened in 2002. The museum has a range of innovative displays on the island’s World Heritage environment, community and history going back to 1788.
There is also a learning and scientific centre holding valuable archives, photographs and records with a reading/research room with computer facilities, photocopying and internet access.
The Lord Howe Island Visitors Centre is located in the museum foyer and has a centralised booking facility and can provide information on accommodation, activities, events, dining and other information about the island.
Cafe Caters for challenges with learning and communication Enquiry Desk History & Heritage International Paid Wifi Public Toilet Shop Shop / Gift Shop Visitor Information Centre Walk Walks Wheelchair access