The Stansbury Museum, situated in the original school and headmaster’s residence, offers a series of comprehensive displays showcasing the history and industry of the town.
Collections on display include dolls, clocks, gems/minerals, bottles and cameras as well as a clothing room, while other rooms within the museum have been refurbished to recreate the region’s early times.
Those wishing to explore the history of the region more thoroughly may also wish to visit the reading/research room which holds a collection of cemetery records and other reference material. We have gathered several family trees and welcome more as we assist you with research.
Outside, visitors can admire the museum’s collection of farming utensils, motoring paraphernalia/engines, a scale model of Riddle Windmill and much more.
The museum is open daily during January. Tours and catering are available by prior arrangement.
Our most frequent comment is – “It’s so much bigger than it looks from the outside”.
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
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Children (school-aged) $1