The Barossa Museum is situated on the corner of Murray and Mill Streets, in an imposing building which was formerly the Tanunda Post Office and Telegraph Station. It houses a unique and irreplaceable collection of rare artefacts and photographs, which illustrate the social, economic and domestic life of the Barossa settlers and their descendants.
Download the free Barossa Heritage Trails App and use the Barossa Museum tour to make the most of your visit. This will take you through some of the key sections of the museum, highlighting important facets of Barossa life in the 1800s and 1900s.
The Barossa Heritage Trails App features six self-guided walking trails and one driving trail. The interactive app highlights the rich and sometimes little-known heritage stories and experiences of the region through text, photos, video and audio. Explore unique locations, buildings and historic sites, encompassing both First Nations and European settlement.
The project is an initiative of The Barossa Council Public Libraries supported by Barossa Regional Heritage Network, Foundation Barossa and the Peter Lehmann Arts & Education Trust.
Available to download for free on Apple or Android devices.